Andlinger Center Project is featured in Architectural Record
Princeton University – Andlinger Center for Energy & the Environment
Architectural Record – November 2016
Client Princeton University
Architect Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects
Programming Study Davis Brody Bond
Expanding on Princeton University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS), the new Andlinger Center is designed to foster specialized research related to sustainable energy use and production. The design calls for 127,000 square feet of new construction, providing state-of-the-art laboratory and classrooms organized around garden spaces that support the goals of the Center.
An innovative lighting control system offering sophisticated daylight sensor technologies will be employed in working spaces. All electric lighting will feature highly efficient sources, and implement strategic sustainability and energy performance criteria established by the Princeton University Design Standards, Sustainable Design Guidelines, which require, at minimum, LEED Silver equivalency.