Buildings and Beyond – Steven Winter Associates, Inc.
From his experience as an engineer, research scientist, and physicist, Kristof describes the human psychology behind decision making and the physiological impacts associated with the built environment.
Based on lessons he's learned from certifying over 1,200 dwelling units over the past seven years, Steve discusses the top ten multifamily design mistakes being made over and over again - and how to avoid them.
Based on lessons he learned certifying over 1,200 dwelling units over the past seven years, Steve discusses the top ten multifamily design mistakes being made over and over again - and how to avoid them.
The advancement of building materials has allowed professionals to achieve new heights when constructing high-performance buildings. But, the topic of building materials is not discussed enough, and more consumers are asking important questions.
This two-part episode features an interview with Charley Stevenson, a sustainability consultant and green building entrepreneur who has devoted his career to helping others understand and implement healthier materials goals.
As we enter a new era of climate policy, we wanted to evaluate some of the efforts major cities have made along the way. How do cities compare? What improvements have they made? And where should cities start with regards to climate action?
As we continue our discussions around high-performance buildings, we would be remiss if we did not discuss the laudable endeavor that is MP Boston’s Winthrop Square – projected to be the largest Passive House office space in the world.
In this episode, Kelly sits down with SWA’s Managing Director of Multifamily Energy Services, Marc Zuluaga to learn more about what is being referred to as NYC’s Green New Deal – and what it means for NYC’s real estate market.
Universal Design recognizes that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to design and construction. By incorporating Universal Design into the built environment, we can accommodate for the widest variety of people, regardless of their limitations.
Air quality, acoustics, and thermal comfort are just some of the critical elements to consider when assessing the indoor environmental quality of a building. But how are these characteristics measured in schools,