Waldorf High School in San Francisco Goes Green

 

PROJECT: Waldorf High School, San Francisco, CA
PEERLESS PRODUCTS: Cerra 10 I/D
LIGHTING DESIGNER: Angi Xanders, Xanders Design Group
ARCHITECT: David Bushnell, 450 Architects - San Francisco, CA
PHOTOGRAPHY: Mark Darley Photography

 

San Francisco Waldorf High School's new home in the city's West Portal neighborhood, the product of an extensive renovation of a 1970s call center, is a national model not only for learning, but also energy efficiency and green design practices. The two-story 23,000 sq.ft. building, packed with sustainable design features provided by 450 Architects, has applied for the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED Gold Certification.

 

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