John Carmody, director of the College of Design's Center for Sustainable Building Research (CSBR), recently sat down to discuss the latest in energy-efficient window design. CSBR is a leader in changing conventional building design practices in the country and around the world. Recently, they partnered with various groups to design and build a sustainable home in Haiti that Former President Bill Clinton helped unveil last month. To read more about their work, please visit the links below.
- "University of Minnesota's Center for Sustainable Building Research's John Carmody Discusses the Latest in Efficient Window Design," Replacement Windows for Dummies
- UMNews Release: Former President Clinton attends unveiling of Center for Sustainable Building Research home in Haiti
- "Minnesota Designers Build Home at Haiti Earthquake Relief Expo," Design Observer