Today, Boston University celebrates the opening of its Center for Computing & Data Sciences. The 19-story, 100% fossil-fuel free building brings converging disciplines together under one roof, serving as a scholarly crossroads for BU.
Designed by KPMB Architects, the Center for Computing & Data Sciences pushes the forefront of sustainable design. It utilizes geothermal energy combined with innovative, concentric heat exchangers, and triple-glazed, diagonal louver and sawtooth blade facades to maximize energy efficiency. The design is targeting LEED Platinum and Net Zero Emissions.
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Rendering: Courtesy and © KPMB Architects Photography: © Janice Checchio for Boston University Photography