Gallery: Cornell’s Human Ecology Building Reflects The Latest in Sustai...

Cornell's new Human Ecology Building was completed in the fall of 2011 and marks the latest in sustainable strategies and educational architecture. Designed by Gruzen Samton • IBI Group, the facilities serve the College of Human Ecology, which is devoted to five interdisciplinary departments that respond to human needs with a variety of high-tech laboratory, classroom and studio spaces. The building is characterized by a striking glass curtain wall system and its careful integration into the surrounding campus space. Cornell University is aiming to receive LEED Platinum certification.

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