2030 in practice

A collection of profiles and case studies of the 2030 Commitment making a difference in practice


What makes AIA 2030 signatory firms stand out?

Owner awareness of the AIA 2030 Commitment and its focus on metrics is growing quickly; find out what makes 2030 signatory firms special.


Driving client value and cost savings through energy modeling

Energy modeling can be used to find the most cost-effective options for the design of both passive and active systems, making tradeoffs to achieve cost savings.


DLR Group and 2030 Commitment: An evolving approach to sustainability

The worldwide firm DLR Group has spent the last decade making sustainable design—and the 2030 Commitment in particular—part of its firm DNA.


The Habits of High-Performance Firms

This report analyzes projects that've won a COTE Top Ten Award and determines what traits their designing firms share.


Why we made the AIA 2030 Commitment

The principal at Brooks + Scarpa in Los Angeles explains why her firm bought into the AIA's energy initiative.


Invisible sustainability: A design approach that exceeds 2030 targets

Using integrated passive design and advanced energy modeling, this small firm strives for simple methods and design freedom while meeting the 2030 Commitment.

Featured Member

Anica Landreneau, Assoc. AIA

Leading sustainable design for a worldwide firm allows Anica Landreneau to ensure all of HOK's buildings meet the same high standard of excellence.

2017 Young Architects Award

Andrea Love, AIA

Defining the emerging role of a building scientist, Andrea Love is breaking new ground by implementing state-of-the-art analytic and visualization tools.

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