Now in its sixteenth year, the Livable Buildings Awards recognize projects that demonstrate excellence in architecture, sustainability and occupant satisfaction.
A technology campus in France has received the Livable Buildings Award for 2022 from UC Berkeley’s Center for the Built Environment. This annual award program recognizes excellence in sustainable design and user satisfaction as measured by CBE’s Occupant Survey. This year’s winner, Arm France, is unique by being the first award winner outside of North America since the award program was launched in 2007. The project includes numerous sustainability and healthy-building features, and the project achieved certification at LEED Gold and WELL Platinum levels. Read CBE’s announcement about this year’s award.