“Beyond Bricks and Sticks” showcases Atlanta as the city with the most LEED certified eco-friendly buildings

Looking for LEED? Atlanta may not be a leading city in terms of our pollution contributions, but we do know a thing or two about green building! Through this Friday, January 15, 2010, the Museum of Design Atlanta will be staging a traveling exhibition that showcases Atlanta as the city with the most LEED certified eco-friendly buildings. “Beyond Bricks and Sticks” is sponsored by the Kendeda Fund (who contributed to Trees Atlanta’s LEED certified education center, among many other projects) and will be traveling throughout Atlanta to such locations such as the World of Coke Museum, the Woodruff Arts Center, the CNN Center, and the Cobb Galleria.

I checked out the Museum of Design Atlanta‘s website for more details as to the various locations and hours, but the info was minimal, so you may want to give them a call at 404.979.6455 or email info@museumofdesign.org.

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One Response to ““Beyond Bricks and Sticks” showcases Atlanta as the city with the most LEED certified eco-friendly buildings”
  1. Dani Nomura commented on facebook:
    Wow! who woulda thunk? I’m impressed Atlanta!

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