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.
Read the full Boston University BU Today Article.
Read our Case Study of the Center for Computing & Data Sciences.
Rendering: Courtesy and © KPMB Architects Photography: © Janice Checchio for Boston University Photography