New York Magazine: Is This Harvard Prototype the Greenest House in America?
Forbes: This 94-Year-Old Home May Be The Key To Revolutionizing Green Tech
Quartz: Harvard’s HouseZero sounds like a dream office, even without an HVAC system
Thursday, April 22 | Zoom
CGBC Spring Lecture: Anne Beim on “Real Possibilities and Possible Realities: Absolute Sustainable Architecture, Materials and Tectonics”
Thursday, April 1 | Zoom
CGBC Spring Lecture: Darren Robinson on “Multiscale Simulation of Buildings as Complex Sociotechnical Systems”
Thursday, December 3 | Zoom
CGBC Fall Lecture: John Peponis on “The Spatial Syntax of Cities: Are Social and Environmental Choices Converging?”
The Wall Street Journal features Joseph Allen on why ventilation and filtration matter in indoor spaces
The Wall Street Journal features Holly Samuelson on the future of office design
Vogue talks to Holly Samuelson about what your office may look like after lockdown
The Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities (CGBC) has retrofitted its headquarters, a pre-1940s building in Cambridge, MA, into an ambitious data-driven living-laboratory that will help us to understand buildings in new ways. A first-of-its kind test case, it also functions as a prototype for ultra-efficiency.
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- Via @Forbes: This 94-Year-Old Home May Be The Key To Revolutionizing Green Tech: @alimalkawi's experiment with a de… https://t.co/ULxCp2WZrf 01:44:09 PM February 13, 2019