Rebecca Riss LEED AP BD+C, LEED AP ID+C, WELL AP, FITWEL AMBASSADOR, SITES AP
Senior Environmental Designer, New York
Rebecca is an Associate of Atelier Ten’s New York office. Rebecca has refined the firm’s specification language for low-carbon concrete and other low-carbon materials and is dedicated to developing low-carbon design strategies for her projects.
Rebecca has experience in a diverse range of projects, including museum and theatre projects, universities, large-scale commercial projects, and residential complexes. Rebecca has contributed to several high profile projects, including the Harvard Business School’s LEED Gold-certified Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center, the LEED Platinum Museum of Modern Art Expansion, the Newark Liberty International Airport Terminal One, the Indiana University Health New Downtown Hospital and the all-electric and Net Zero Energy targeted Obama Presidential Center.
Rebecca is a LEED Accredited Professional, WELL Accredited Professional, Fitwel Ambassador and a SITES Accredited Professional, enabling her to take a comprehensive approach to energy-efficiency that incorporates both building design and sustainable landscape development. Earning her M.Arch from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and a B.A. in Physics and Art from Carleton College, Rebecca has been recognized for excellence in her field by both of her alma maters.