Gallery: Penn State’s LEED Gold School of Architecture

Penn State School of Architecture

As students return to campuses across the country for the start of another semester, colleges are starting to showcase some serious strides in sustainability. Some are investing in wind power and other alternative energies to help lower their carbon footprint, while others are endeavoring to green their facilities. Penn State is leading the charge with its gorgeous LEED Gold Stuckeman School of Architecture.

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  1. Penngineer September 2, 2008 at 4:39 pm

    Makes me proud to be a PSU alum; even though I was in the College of Engineering, which is regarded to have the ugliest admin building on campus!

  2. psularch August 29, 2008 at 9:54 am

    Don’t leave out the Landscape Architects. Plenty of LEED points come from outside the building (which actually functions better than many of the interior features). La Quatra Bonci from Pittsburgh, Pa did the design.

  3. sergem August 28, 2008 at 11:17 pm

    Actually the design architect was Overland Partners out of San Antonio, Texas. They do great work (and environmentally responsible) check out

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