Featured Green Building: Brooklyn Children’s Museum
March 20, 2012As part of GreenHomeNYC’s Feature Green Building blog posts, we’re taking a closer look at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum:
After an expansion spearheaded by Rafael Viñoly Architects and the NYC Department of Design and Construction, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum became New York City’s first LEED-certified museum.
As a proactive community institution, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum not only adopted sustainable features and practices, but also provides youth-focused educational materials and resources. For more information, visit their blog: Teach Green in Brooklyn.
Up next: a look at some of the Museum’s energy-efficient features. —————-
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