William H. Johnston Building at the Florida State University in Tallahassee by Gould Evans Architects » 10

The inverted ceiling, clerestory windows, light and reflective materials and energy efficient design all contributed to the building’s LEED Gold certification and were contributing factors towards meeting the 2030 Challenge. Image credit: Adam Cohen Photography

The inverted ceiling, clerestory windows, light and reflective materials and energy efficient design all contributed to the building’s LEED Gold certification and were contributing factors towards meeting the 2030 Challenge. Image credit: Adam Cohen Photography


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