The building of Kroon Hall

Kroon Hall, the new building for Yale’s School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, will be Yale campus’s “greenest” building. To create this model of sustainable design, F&ES brought together some of the world’s leading architects and engineers: Hopkins Architects, Centerbrook Architects and Planners, ARUP, aetelier ten, and Olin Partnership. The building is currently on a path to go beyond the “Platinum” rating given by U.S. Green Building Council through their Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program (LEED). Kroon will set a new standard for sustainable design. A new website details the vision of the building and tracks its progress, including a Flickr slideshow detailing the construction progress.


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