The INNOVATION 2030/COTE Top Ten for Students design competition winning projects have been announced! The top ten projects embraced this year’s challenge…
Introducing the first national and international ZERO Code for new commercial, institutional, and mid- to high-rise residential buildings.
Leading design firms across the U.S. and Canada are offering paid summer internships for student winners, and outstanding professionals have been selected to jury the AIA COTE Top Ten for Students Design Competition: INNOVATION 2030.
International Finance Corporation and Architecture 2030 Collaborate on Zero Net Carbon Buildings for the developing world.
The INNOVATION 2030 student design competition has launched. INNOVATION 2030 seeks to transform design studio education and professional practice through a design and ideas competition…
The International Living Future Institute (ILFI) has collaborated with Architecture 2030 to update their Reveal label – an easy-to-understand method of displaying the energy performance of a building.
Architecture 2030 introduces the Zero Tool, a free innovative online application that allows architects, designers, engineers, building owners and managers, and policymakers to calculate building energy consumption baselines and targets.
Throughout 2017, three intrepid members of the Architecture 2030 staff will train for and undertake 40-mile hiking and 200-mile biking fundraising events. Donating to these adventures is the first time individuals have had the chance to support the work of Architecture 2030 directly.
Five courses have been added to the 2030 Curriculum Project, Architecture 2030’s initiative to support courses at US architecture and planning schools that ‘fully integrate lessons in energy use, emissions, and resiliency into the widest possible range of projects and topic areas, and across all year levels.’
After five years of oversight from Architecture 2030, the fifteen 2030 Districts have established their own non-profit, the 2030 Districts Network.