Special Section: The Bullitt Center
The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce develops a special section about the Bullitt Center, with the following articles:
Bullitt’s small footprint could have a big impact
“Super-green” project improves the odds for other living buildings
by clearing financial, technical and regulatory hurdles.
By DENIS HAYES
‘Teaching building’ offers lessons on urban sustainability
Capitol Hill site was selected for its proximity to homes and schools,
and to help attract new commercial development.
By CHRIS ROGERS
A new prototype for urban green buildings
The goal was to design a structure without an environmental footprint.
By BRIAN COURT
Miller Hull Partnership
Bullitt draws power from an unexpected source: the sun
Despite Seattle’s gray skies, photovoltaic cells will help
designers reach their net-zero energy goal.
By PAUL SCHWER
Timber structure boosts Bullitt’s green cred
It's on track to receive the Forest Stewardship Council’s first
commercial project certification in the U.S.
By CASEY SCHUCHART