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AIA COTE Unveils the Top Ten Green Architecture Projects of 2011

by , 04/15/11

2011 COTE Awards, AIA, Top Ten Green, High Tech High Chula Vista, Studio E Architects

High Tech High Chula Vista, Chula Vista, CA

This public charter school places a strong focus on community, project-based learning, and fostering students’ individual interests. HTH’s main principles are small class sizes, openness and transparency, and sustainable design.

+ Studio E Architects

2011 COTE Awards, AIA, Top Ten Green, Livestrong Foundation, Lake|Flato

LIVESTRONG Foundation, Austin, TX

This adaptive reuse project of a former paper factory in Austin is now the headquarters for Lance Armstrong’s LiveStrong Foundation. Reclaimed materials, creative office spaces, and natural daylighting make this a beautiful project.

+ Lake|Flato Architects

2011 COTE Awards, AIA, Top Ten Green, LOTT Clean Water Alliance, Miller | Hull Parntership

LOTT Clean Water Alliance, Olympia, WA

The LOTT Clean Water Alliance celebrated the essential resource by placing its water reclamation plant right out in the open and revitalizing an older facility. The office, education and technology center provides wastewater treatment services to 85,000 people in four local communities and emphasizes water conservation through a strong community outreach program.

+ The Miller | Hull Partnership

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