Gallery: Omega Center for Sustainable Living Opens in Upstate New York

BNIM Architects' Omega Center for Sustainable Living (Photos by Andy Milford, Drawings Courtesy of Omega Institute and BNIM Architects)
 

On track to become the first green building to achieve both LEED Platinum and Living Building Challenge Certification, the Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OSCL) embodies the synthesis of wastewater recycling, clean energy, and eco-friendly architecture. Designed by sustainable design firm BNIM Architects as a functioning model for the nonprofit organization Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, the state-of-the art environmental education and water reclamation facility in Rhinebeck, New York serves as a teaching tool to educate visitors on Omega’s ongoing environmental initiatives, including innovative wastewater strategies.

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  1. Omega Center Achieves L... October 8, 2010 at 1:31 pm

    […] been closely following the Omega Center for Sustainable Living in upstate New York, and we’re thrilled to announce […]

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