EAST 54

Failure was not an option for this 10-acre mixed-use development whose increased-density land development permit was contingent upon a minimum LEED-Neighborhood Development Silver certification.  In the end, the entire development was certified LEED-ND Phase 2 at the Gold level, including five LEED certified buildings.  The former brownfield site was redeveloped to contain six mixed-use buildings… More

BAKER McKENZIE OFFICES

Re:Vision had the pleasure of working with Goettsch Partners, the legacy firm of Mies van der Rohe, on a 258,000 sf law firm tenant improvement in a skyscraper overlooking Millennium Park, Chicago. Strategies include demand controlled and increased ventilation, daylight sensor-controlled lighting, and sub-metering to measure energy performance.  The team also worked collaboratively with the… More

POTOMAC WATERSHED CENTER

The Potomac Watershed Study Center is a series of Living Buildings at Hard Bargain Farm, a renowned environmental education center on a 100-acre site along the Potomac River. This project advances the notion of a Living Building by considering what it means to be a Living Campus. Rather than working independently, the structures are designed… More

B MINOR RESIDENCE

This small (1,415 sf) but mighty single-family home was designed as a complement to the Award-Winning Bancroft Green development located across the street.

BANCROFT GREEN DEVELOPMENT

How often do you get a whole city block to play with?  That was the opportunity on Bancroft Street where previously demolished row homes left a majority of the street vacant.   Working closely with the developer/builder, we master planned two phases of construction to create 11 new homes.  With lots less than 16’ wide, the… More

DANSKO HEADQUARTERS

Dansko’s new 83,000 sf corporate headquarters is an expression of their deep social and environmental values.  As both an office headquarters and retail outlet, it was important to Dansko to demonstration sustainability in ways that are visible and beautiful.  The site is an impressive display on low-impact stormwater management solutions and the building’s interior signals… More

VERTICAL SCREEN

Vertical Screen’s LEED-Platinum 50,000 sf headquarters is a high tech head-turner that embodies the creative and entrepreneurial spirit of CEO Tony D’Orazio. As noted by Tony, “LEED Platinum certification was an ambitious goal for Vertical Screen [a family of applicant screening companies serving the financial sector, healthcare community, and general business sector]. But, I was… More

MARYWOOD UNIVERSITY

When Marywood University created new School of Architecture, they knew their 33,000sf academic space had to embody the sustainable design thinking they were teaching. Best practices like a green roof, rainwater harvesting, and local materials allow students to see first-hand the benefits of this LEED NC Gold certified building. Solar PV panels on the roof… More

AMBLER BOILER HOUSE

Originally constructed in 1897 as a power-generating station for the production of asbestos products, the 48,000gsf Ambler Boiler House project illustrates design success in transit oriented adaptive reuse, brownfield redevelopment, and creative project financing. Innovative green strategies include induction-electric vehicle charging stations, ground source heat pumps, rain water harvesting, a comprehensive daylighting system and natural… More

ONE CRESCENT DRIVE AT THE NAVY YARD

Covering more than 1200 acres at the southern tip of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Naval Business Center (PNBC) is a brownfield site that is being redeveloped as a mixed-use, master-planned business campus. One Crescent Drive was the first anchor office building planned for PNBC has set the bar for future projects with a platinum-level LEED-Core &… More