Kroon Hall at Yale University. An Award-Winner.

Posted by truecreek on June 8, 2011 under Opinions. Everyone has them. | Be the First to Comment

I don’t normally comment on architectural design, but Kroon Hall at Yale University is just something special and deserves some thoughts.

A net-zero building, it’s one of the finest pieces of architecture I have seen in the U.S. in a long time.  It has solar panels, a geothermal energy system and was manufactured with more recycled materials than I would want to list here. They even use water from a pond to flush toilets.  Now that’s design.

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