Seattle’s Bullitt Center is a 50,000-square-foot office building designed to be energy and carbon neutral.
Occupants of the six-story $30 million living laboratory enjoy its composting toilets, toxic free building materials, and rooftop photovoltaic panels producing an estimated 230,000 kilowatt-hours a year.
The Bullitt Center is designed to have a 250 year lifespan and is undertaking the Living Building Challenge. This certification process requires the structure to be self-sufficient for energy and water for at least twelve continuous months and meet over 20 rigorous standards for green materials and the quality of its indoor environment.
In 2013 The Bullitt Center was named “Sustainable Building of the Year” by World Architecture News.
The Bullitt Center Tour is included in your conference registration.