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CSU’s Glass ‘Energy Chamber’ Seeks LEED Silver

July 3rd, 2012 | by Jennifer Shockley

Colorado State University (CSU) in Ft. Collins, Colorado hired architectural firm Studiotrope to design the expansion of the Morgan Library with a modern glass cube student study space. The University is requiring that a minimum LEED silver accreditation be attained.


Top Ten Building Products of 2011

February 2nd, 2012 | by Jennifer Shockley

2011 marked Sustainable Industries’ sixth annual competition where more than 100 entries were received and evaluated. The requirements to make the top ten list are environmental performance, scalability/market impact, innovativeness, design aesthetic, and value and compatibility with LEED. The top ten were: Adura Wireless Lighting Contols, Breathe Living Wall, Greensulate, HydroRight Dual Flush Converter, Indow Windows, Juice Bar, Mobile Solar Power Systems, Modlet, SageGlass and SmartSlope Living Retaining Wall.


Wasco Skylights Now Use Smart Glass

December 20th, 2010 | by Dawn Killough

Wasco Skylights now incorporate electrochromic glass into their products. This allows the glazing system to be part of the energy management system, responding in real time to changes in light levels


Smart Windows Save Energy

November 30th, 2010 | by Dawn Killough

SageGlass offers designers a way to include lots of glass without the potential energy loss. Electrochromic glass responds to exterior light levels to automatically control the amount of light in a space



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