Originally published in Interiors & Sources

12/05/2007

Health, Tech Center on Road to Green Glory

 

 

December 05, 2007
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Health, Tech Center on Road to Green Glory
Ohlone College’s $60 million health and technology center in Newark, CA, is green through and through. It features twin “enthalpy” wheels in its main lobby that recapture heat and humidity; in classrooms, full-spectrum lighting simulates natural light and adjusts to the amount of sunlight coming in. Behind the campus, a recreated wetland containing micro-organisms cleans contaminated soil.
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Companies Dump the Cubicle
Silicon Valley stalwarts Intel, Sun Microsystems, and Cisco are casting aside the cubicle culture and embracing new, open workplace designs that save space and money and encourage collaboration. Beginning this month, Cisco will set up three experimental worksites that include open areas, comfy armchairs, extra conference rooms, and tables where people can plop down with laptops.
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Lincoln’s Tomb to Harness Geothermal Energy
It is an innovation that even Honest Abe would be proud of: Geothermal energy will power a new heating and cooling system at the Lincoln Tomb State Historic Site in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, IL. As the only president to hold a U.S. patent, it is fitting that the latest in green innovation is being implemented at Abe Lincoln’s final resting place, says a spokesperson for the Illinois Historic Preservation Society.
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Expansion Fits Colorado Campus’ Vernacular
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Expansion Fits Colorado Campus’ Vernacular
The $38 million renovation and expansion of the Koelbel Building at the University of Colorado features classical elements such as a domed cupola and colonnaded entry porch, all designed to blend into the campus’ Tuscan vernacular style. The project also includes a two-story library with an “information commons.”
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