The Center was featured in a January 2014 Houzz article, titled "What's Fueling Austin's Edgy Modern Architecture?," that explores the catalysts behind Austin's eclectic... Read More
On Thursday, January 23, 2014 the Austin City Council passed a resolution to research best practices in developing micro-units as viable housing options, prompted by City... Read More
How do you build a "Home for Life," such as the 2007 Texas A&M University College of Architecture Solar Decathlon? A poster series created by the 2007 A&M Solar D team... Read More
Co-Director Gail Vittori is featured as the "LEED Fellow Spotlight" in the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)'s LEED in Motion: Impacts and Innovation, the third and final installment... Read More
The Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems adds Texas A&M Solar Decathlon to its facility for additional research and demonstrations AUSTIN, TX (November 18, 2013) – The Center for... Read More
  Although these days Co-Director Pliny Fisk most often works at the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems site in East Austin, in the Spring of 1983 he could be found trekking through... Read More
The Center served as sustainability consultant on Dell Children’s Medical Center W.H. and Elaine McCarthy South Tower, which received an Austin Energy Green Building (AEGB) five star rating.... Read More
PR Newswire’s article “Study by Perkins+Will Experts Contradicts Belief That Sustainable Hospital Design Is Too Costly,” features Co-Director Gail Vittori as a lead voice on the... Read More
Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, Second Edition, authored by Co-Director Gail Vittori and co-author Robin Guenther is featured in Facilities Management. The article states the book is for “... Read More
Co-Director Gail Vittori comments on the societal impact of LEED buildings in the Healthcare Design article: “Numbers Aside, LEED Buildings Make Sense.” The article explores the... Read More