Tag: sustainability

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Is your building immoral? You are probably thinking that this is a silly question; buildings are inanimate structures and morality is the uniquely human capacity for judgment and empathy. So, how could a building be measured by moral standards? How could it have, or lack, values? Let me share an example. Just a few weeks ago a new sign with a large capital letter D was posted in my apartment building entry. I found out that a new local law (33/95) requires every building over 25,000 square feet to post its Energy Star Score.  Nearly 70% of greenhouse emissions in […] Read More

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Check out these images of our Desert House project. Read More

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We are honored that Esther Sperber was chosen as one of Sokol Media’s “Top women to watch in sustainability” in 2016, alongside various other notable women in the field.

We are honored that Studio ST Architects was featured as one of Green Business Quarterly’s “Architects to Watch” in 2010. From the article: “Sustainable design is not a new concept; some cultures have been considering environmental factors for decades. Born and raised in Israel, Esther Sperber explained that, in the early 1990s, her architectural program at the Technion was already exploring the impact of passive energies – climate, structure positioning and solar power.” Read More