INTÉGRAL: Revolutionary Engineering
Intégral: Revolutionary Engineering is a treatise of innovation in deep green building design, featuring stories and ideas from some of the world’s leading engineers and designers.
These inside stories share the challenges and lessons of many of Intégral Group’s transformative designs around the world, including the first net zero lab, the largest net zero museum, the Grand Mosque in Mecca, healthy healthcare facilities in Europe, eco-districts in Canada and the eastern U.S., and some of the first Living Buildings in the world.
The hand-illustrated stories demonstrate Intégral’s philosophical principles of revolutionary engineering, which include throwing out antiquated rules of thumb, transforming design processes to be intrinsically integrative, and expanding the roles and relationships between engineers, architects, clients, and occupants. Intégral: Revolutionary Engineering is for trailblazers who care about advancing the building and construction industry toward greater occupant health and happiness, and stronger resilience and regenerative systems.
|About the Author||
Molly Miller is Intégral Group’s official “Storyteller”. She writes about zero energy buildings, Living Buildings, and deep green design and engineering in numerous mediums. Molly comes to Intégral Group from Rocky Mountain Institute, where she was a writer for the Institute’s built environment practice. She began writing about sustainable design at Mother Earth News, where she was the magazine’s senior editor. She helped launch Natural Home magazine and served as its executive editor, and has been a staff writer and editor at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the U.S. Green Building Council’s Colorado Chapter. She has a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia College, Chicago.