Phipps Greenhouse and Botanical Garden LEED Becomes the Road to Green Design
“Imagine the beauty of human beings living in harmony with humans natural. “This is the ongoing goal of the Center for Sustainable Landscape (CSL) and other projects at the Phipps School of Music and Botanic Gardens in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to improve the sustainability standards of buildings.
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The greenhouse provides a closed circular campus. In a year’s time, through the combination of geothermal and wind systems, more energy is generated than consumed. Solar panels. In fact, it is the most Energy efficient Music schools in the world.Through effective use Natural lighting, Ventilation, grounding pipe and atomization system, cooling and illuminating the space without relying on energy.
In addition to generating excessive energy, the project also treats all water on site to meet human and landscaping needs.it Collect rainwater As well as filtering water captured through natural landscapes, lagoon systems and permeable paving.
Throughout the campus renewal process, our goal is to set an example, show innovation, Passive designTherefore, the project meets the six certification qualifications most needed in the field of green design. These include living architectural challenges, sorrow Platinum, First SITES™ Platinum and First WELL Building Platinum, and the first BREEAM Award for Outstanding Construction in Use in the United States. The conservatory has also received a three-star rating from Fitwel.
The Phipps Conservatory of Music and Botanic Garden invite visitors to stroll around the campus and admire the rain garden, lagoon and atrium, lush greenery and Native plants Always. In fact, greenhouses have an obligation to promote green building practices, focusing on integrating human activities and nature in a sustainable way. According to an official of the Conservatory of Music, “As Phipps’ educational, research and management facility, CSL is an integral part of Phipps’ visitor experience, as a “living museum” that focuses on the relationship between architecture and the natural environment. It also shows that human and environmental health are inseparable from each other.”
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