Zero-net-energy lab in Hawaii

Architects: Flansburgh Architects
Location: Kamuela, Hawaii
Completion Date: January 2010
Construction Area: 6,100 square feet
Construction Value: $650/sf

Conceived as a high school science building dedicated to the study of alternative energy, the new Energy Lab at Hawaii Preparatory Academy functions as a zero-net-energy, fully sustainable building. The project’s fundamental goal is that of educating the next generation of students in the understanding of environmentally conscious, sustainable living systems. The project targets LEED Platinum and Living Building Challenge certification. Recently completed in January 2010, the Energy Lab today strives as a living laboratory, furthering its educational goals as a functioning example of sustainability.

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