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College students study sustainable architecture overseas

[fa icon="calendar"] Nov 12, 2015 11:48:42 AM / by Clark Griffith, AIA

In the current landscape, sustainability and green architecture and building are key. Just as important is learning from others across the globe who are facing similar challenges to those we have in the United States. 

Reported by The Argonaut, University of Idaho College of Art and Architecture students went overseas to study sustainable architecture in Scotland, Glasgow, Wales and London, learning about how to integrate sustainable living practices with architectural design.


“A lot of times working in architecture is fighting an up hill battle with sustainable planning and building,” Berrett said. “At CAT, everyone was optimistic and passionate and there was this strong sense of community.”

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Clark Griffith, AIA

Written by Clark Griffith, AIA

President, Director of Architectural Services, CCA, LLC