Designers repositioned the student union at Washington State University Tri-Cities to improve the overall design campus feel. A canopy shades the glass view wall while small windows in the west-facing wall minimizes the building’s heat gain in the summer. The building is one of a dozen or so in the Tri-Cities designed to meet the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Deign (LEED) criteria.
Designers repositioned the student union at Washington State University Tri-Cities to improve the overall design campus feel. A canopy shades the glass view wall while small windows in the west-facing wall minimizes the building’s heat gain in the summer. The building is one of a dozen or so in the Tri-Cities designed to meet the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Deign (LEED) criteria. File Tri-City Herald
Designers repositioned the student union at Washington State University Tri-Cities to improve the overall design campus feel. A canopy shades the glass view wall while small windows in the west-facing wall minimizes the building’s heat gain in the summer. The building is one of a dozen or so in the Tri-Cities designed to meet the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Deign (LEED) criteria. File Tri-City Herald

Gold star for going green: WSU Tri-Cities student union draws praise

September 16, 2017 01:25 PM

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