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Seattle Architects Design First U.S. Office Building Without A Carbon Footprint, Break The Law While Doing So


When the Bullitt Center opens in Seattle in April, this all-renewables net-zero powerhouse designed by Miller Hull will be able to sustain itself rain and shine. With solar arrays, aggressive rainwater collection, and composting toilets, the new headquarters for the Bullitt Foundation—which supports sustainable development in the Pacific Northwest—will be on track to meet the Living Building Challenge. But if the architects succeed, they may run afoul of the law.

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