The Future of Sustainable Architecture


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Product Description

GBRI's "Future of Sustainable Architecture" course series aims to reconnect today’s generation with our ancestral roots. We hope to implant the ideas we lost along the way while improving on them in a more localized, sustainable, futuristic and enduring manner.It' is a collection of live and on-demand courses designed by subject matter experts, industry leaders, universities and educators to keep you up to date on the most advanced topics in the industry while looking at the future. This series includes Lifetime Access to 30 CE Hours approved by GBCI and AIA (including 6 LEED Specific for BD+C, ID+C, O+M).



Some of the courses included are: 

  • LEED v4: Bigger and Better
  • Pushing the Envelope: Building Envelope Commissioning
  • The Future of Architecture: Buildings that can Think and Adapt
  • Ecobalance and Biomimicry: Inspired by the Nature
  • Fifty Shades of Green
  • BIMagination: From 3D to 5D
  • Better Late and Than Never: Recharge, Renew, Rejuvenate Your Existing Building


Why Learning Hub @GBRI?

  • Diversity - Hand-picked by LEED & AIA professionals, our courses proudly display diverse and industry relevant sustainability topics

  • Credibility - Buy from the trusted source, USGBC education Partner & AIA Education Provider

  • Expertise - Developed, designed and created by leading industry experts 

  • Convenience - Everything you need to maintain your green building credentials from one place

  • Flexibility - Courses are available on-demand 24/7 to accommodate your schedule

  • Value - Lifetime access with the most cost-effective package rates available on the internet


As Easy as 1-2-3

  • Step 1: Register now
  • Step 2: Login 24/7 for your convenience
  • Step 3: Enjoy USGBC/GBCI/AIA auto-reporting





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Jessica Kubena
Client Relations Coordinator

Jeslin Varghese
Director of Sustainability

Stevan Vinci

Laurel McEwen