FFKR Architects converted the historic 1904 Bogue Building in Salt Lake City into their stunning offices. Not only did they restore and update the space, but they added 68.2 kW solar photovoltaic system, xeriscaped landscaping and received a LEED Silver certification for existing buildings.
Landscape architects spend a lot of time on site ensuring that their design is going as planned and Andreas Stavropoulos who runs XS LAND needed an office that could travel with him. He renovated a 1959 Airstream trailer into his own mobile office, which makes use of cork flooring, recycled materials, custom cabinetry, and more.
Santa Monica-based Belzberg Architects designed their 20th Street Offices with sustainability in mind and achieved LEED Gold certification. The striking modern building features a green roof, a photovoltaic system, energy efficiency strategies, green materials, rainwater collection and much more.
Houston architects Russell and Rame Hruska, owners of Intexure, wanted to keep their work close to home, so they built a live/work building with an apartment upstairs and their studio on the ground floor. Passive solar design was combined with butterfly, rainwater-collecting roof, daylighting, energy efficiency strategies and sustainable materials to create a simple and modern space for life.