National Audubon Society green design case study
FXFOWLE’s Manhattan headquarters for the National Audubon Society offers lessons in how to maintain green leadership
By Aric Chen
Some organizations jump through elaborate cost-benefit hoops before deciding to build a green office. But for the National Audubon Society, the choice was a no-brainer. When changing needs prompted the century-old, New York-based environmental advocacy group to move its headquarters elsewhere in the city, “We wanted to make sure we were maintaining our leadership in green architecture,” says John Flicker, its president and CEO.
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