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

LBC AT PENDLE HILL

When Re:Vision co-founded the the Philadelphia Living Building Challenge Collaborative in 2014 we asked ourselves – what do we really want to do as a volunteer organization? Driven by our goals to teach and learn as well as impact our community we chose to realize an ambitious idea of demonstrating that LBC projects are achievable… More

OVERBROOK SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND GREENHOUSE

The Overbrook School for the Blind “M. Christine Murphy Horticulture and Education Center” is a 2000 sf net-zero-energy greenhouse and classroom that houses Overbrook’s horticultural therapy and farm-to-table program. Students at Overbook use the greenhouse for occupational and education therapy as they grow nutritious food for the student cafeteria, learn plant care, and experience plants… More

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FUND

Re:Vision was charged with developing a roadmap for Sustainable Energy Fund to develop a cost competitive, 15,000 sf, net-zero energy multi-tenant office building. The study began with a design concept and cost estimate for a baseline 15,000 sf building that met typical developer specifications. From there, Re:Vision set to work iterating the design prototype in… More

SWARTHMORE COLLEGE

Swarthmore College had a set of routine problems: A cluster of 1920s-era buildings without ADA-compliant bathrooms, a tennis court that was leading to stormwater runoff issues, and a lack of dedicated space for outdoor events, performances, and alumni functions. Swarthmore sought to resolve these problems in a way that would test several ambitious sustainability strategies… More

URBAN FOREST CENTER

Re:Vision worked with Lancaster County Conservancy to generate the master plan for a Urban Forestry Center to house the Conservancy’s Headquarters and connect people with nature through a network of trails, streams, natural areas and outdoor/indoor facilities. The 30,000 sf building cluster will restore and re-purpose 19th century historic buildings on the site as well… 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

CAMDEN MEETING + SOCIAL HALL

The Camden Friends Historic Meeting House and Social Center serve as the spiritual and social heart of Camden’s Quaker community.  Through the project, the 1805 Meeting House was restored and a new addition was built to house a social hall, catering kitchen, archival display, community outreach rooms, related amenities, and outdoor event space. During the… More