Sustainability Lens: Low Carbon

Aerzen USA Headquarters

Aerzen USA Headquarters

Ten years after designing Aerzen’s US headquarters using principles of lean manufacturing and organic/anthroposophic design, Re:Vision worked with Aerzen on a major expansion to yield a total of 65,000 sf of office and manufacturing spaces. Having designed the original building and site with a future expansion in mind, we were able to take advantage of […]

Camden Friends Meeting

Camden Friends Meeting

The Historic Meeting House serves as the spiritual and social heart of Camden’s Quaker community.  Through the project, the c.1805 Meeting House was restored and new social hall was built to house indoor and outdoor events, catering, archival display, and community education. During the Master Planning phase, the building committee worked with Re:Vision to ensure […]

Mt. Cuba Center

Mt. Cuba Center

Mt. Cuba Center’s 2018 master plan aims to facilitate their transition from a private estate to a public garden that inspires an appreciation for the beauty and value of native plants and the habitats that sustain them.  The first phase of the master plan, led by Re:Vision, is focused on operational improvements that facilitate plant […]

Robbins Park Center for Environmental Education

Robbins Park Center for Environmental Education

As part of a Green Building United volunteer initiative, Re:Vision has been collaborating with teachers at Upper Dublin High School to pilot the first Environmental Science Project-Based Learning Course built on the green building philosophy of the Living Building Challenge. The project at the center of the course was a transformation of the Robbins Park […]

Ashlawn Barn

Ashlawn Barn

Nestled between a historic stone estate and a corporate office park, the Ashlawn barn is a modest Pennsylvania bank barn that has undergone numerous lives since its agricultural origin. The design for a new, collaborative office environment begins with removing half-a-century’s worth of modifications to expose the stone and timber structural bones of the building. […]

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