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Kennesaw State University

September 4, 2018











Kennesaw State University (KSU) alumni Christian Fraser, Ryan Horgan and designer Maria Montgomery tour 30-architecture students from Prof. Martin-Malikian’s Environmental Technology class through Perkins+Will Atlanta. The offices were redesigned in 2009 into a high-performance sustainability-focused office building. The project earned LEED Platinum with 95-points awarded, which is the most of any project in the Northern Hemisphere to date under the 2009 version of LEED for New Construction.  This adaptive reuse project is located in the heart of midtown Atlanta across from the High Museum of Art and is the recipient of the Urban Land Institute’s Development of Excellence Award.

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  • Mid Atlantic
  • Urbanism/Preservation
  • Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
  • Design Innnovation Fellow
  • Research Specialist
  • Architecture + Health
  • Building Performance & Design
  • Kennesaw State University

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