Daniel L. Malone Engineering Center, Yale University
with Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
For Yale’s first LEED Gold project, the Malone Center, Atelier Ten helped the university understand the value of pursuing sustainable design and LEED certification. Energy savings are due to its use of a high performance curtainwall, heat recovery, ventilation control, and occupant and daylight responsive lighting.
Home to the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science, the Malone Center’s program ranges from research laboratories to ancillary classroom and office facilities. Atelier Ten helped develop Malone’s overall environmental concept which includes a greywater recycling system, the use of low-VOC materials, extensive restorative landscaping to absorb all stormwater runoff from this building and its neighbors, and restoration of the adjacent abandoned canal into a segment of a regional park.