Green Building & Design magazine celebrates Arielle Schechter and four of her recent residential projects

June 12, 2020 § Leave a comment

As GB&D‘s newest “Architect to Watch,” Arielle Schechter, founder and principal of the Chapel Hill firm Arielle Condoret Schechter, AIA, Architect, received a six-page spread in the international magazine’s summer of 2020 edition, which is arriving in subscribers’ mailboxes this week. The full feature spotlights three of the firm’s most recent custom-designed Net Zero houses.

 “A lot of my clients don’t start out as green as they end up being. Somehow, over the process of design, they get really excited about it. That makes me so unreasonably happy.”

Founded in 2009 by publisher Chris Howe, Green Building & Design is a professional, or trade, publication that “connects and inspires green building professionals by partnering with those at the forefront of sustainable design, development, planning, and policy.” As a reliable, award-winning source for architects, builders, and developers, GB&D features projects, products, and trends that support the magazine’s mission: “to create a more sustainable world.”

The previous ACS Press post includes the link to the article on GB&D‘s website. Below is how it appears in print!

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GBD cover

GBD spread p.1

GBD spread p.2

GBD spread p.3

The print version of Green Building & Design is available solely through subscription.

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