Going Green: The Best Buildings of 2014

By Asad Syrkett - 2014-05-12T16:17:15Z

Photograph by Sally Schoolmaster

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Bud Clark Commons

Portland, Oregon

By recycling water, employing a solar-powered water-heating system, and minimizing storm-water runoff, this Holst Architecture–designed residence and temporary shelter for the homeless (a centerpiece of Portland’s social program) earned a LEED Platinum distinction.

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