The images below provide more examples of projects in which alumni architects have incorporated sustainable design principles. Click here to read the full feature story.

ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH OFFICE: A view of the Hudson River Center at Long Dock Park in Beacon, N.Y., created through the restoration of a 19th-century industrial barn. Architecture Research Office is pursuing LEED Gold certification for the project. (Photo:
ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH OFFICE: A view of the Hudson River Center at Long Dock Park in Beacon, N.Y., created through the restoration of a 19th-century industrial barn. Architecture Research Office is pursuing LEED Gold certification for the project. (Photo: James Ewing Photography)
ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH OFFICE: The Long Dock Park Boat Pavilion, also pursuing LEED Gold certification, was part of a sustainable development project in the Hudson River community of Beacon. (Photo: James Ewing Photography)
ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH OFFICE: The Long Dock Park Boat Pavilion, also pursuing LEED Gold certification, was part of a sustainable development project in the Hudson River community of Beacon. (Photo: James Ewing Photography)
ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH OFFICE: A view of the living room and kitchen of the R-House, ARO and Della Valle Bernheimer’s winning entry to the 2009 design competition “From the Ground Up: Innovative Green Homes.” (Photo: © Richard Barnes)
ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH OFFICE: A view of the living room and kitchen of the R-House, ARO and Della Valle Bernheimer’s winning entry to the 2009 design competition “From the Ground Up: Innovative Green Homes.” (Photo: © Richard Barnes)
ATELIER TEN: The Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise, designed by Robert A.M. Stern architects, has inspired a program of sustainable business and green building education at Ithaca College. (Photo: Courtesy Atelier Ten)
ATELIER TEN: The Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise, designed by Robert A.M. Stern architects, has inspired a program of sustainable business and green building education at Ithaca College. (Photo: Courtesy Atelier Ten)
ATELIER TEN: The Spertus Institute in Chicago, designed by Krueck + Sexton Architects, won  awards from AIA Chicago. Atelier Ten’s daylight studies led to improved daylight distribution while meeting the requirements of art preservation. (Photo: Courtes
ATELIER TEN: The Spertus Institute in Chicago, designed by Krueck + Sexton Architects, won awards from AIA Chicago. Atelier Ten’s daylight studies led to improved daylight distribution while meeting the requirements of art preservation. (Photo: Courtesy Atelier Ten)
ATELIER TEN: At the Business Instructional Facility of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Atelier Ten’s design analyses maximized daylight in critical spaces, including the building’s central atrium. (Photo: Courtesy Atelier Ten)
ATELIER TEN: At the Business Instructional Facility of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Atelier Ten’s design analyses maximized daylight in critical spaces, including the building’s central atrium. (Photo: Courtesy Atelier Ten)
MARYANN THOMPSON ARCHITECTS: Classrooms and playground are in conversation at The Children’s School, a passive solar, LEED-certified school in Connecticut. (Photo: Courtesy Maryann Thompson Architects)
MARYANN THOMPSON ARCHITECTS: Classrooms and playground are in conversation at The Children’s School, a passive solar, LEED-certified school in Connecticut. (Photo: Courtesy Maryann Thompson Architects)
MARYANN THOMPSON ARCHITECTS: Daylighting keeps energy costs down at The Children's School and allows the child to live and learn in rhythm with the changing daily patterns of sunlight and cloud cover on the site. (Photo: Courtesy Maryann Thompson Architec
MARYANN THOMPSON ARCHITECTS: Daylighting keeps energy costs down at The Children's School and allows the child to live and learn in rhythm with the changing daily patterns of sunlight and cloud cover on the site. (Photo: Courtesy Maryann Thompson Architects)
MARYANN THOMPSON ARCHITECTS: Maryann Thompson Architects' prefabricated product  "Hinge House" is designed to utilize both passive and active solar systems. (Photo: Courtesy Maryann Thompson Architects)
MARYANN THOMPSON ARCHITECTS: Maryann Thompson Architects' prefabricated product "Hinge House" is designed to utilize both passive and active solar systems. (Photo: Courtesy Maryann Thompson Architects)