Living Light, UT Knoxville’s state-of-the-art, zero-energy house, has garnered another national accolade, this time for the effectiveness of its graphic design as well as its collaborative efforts with architecture and engineering. The American Institute of Graphic Artists, the professional association of design, introduced a new award category, “Making the Case,” to this year’s design competition.
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Living Light, UT Knoxville’s state-of-the-art, zero-energy house, will open its doors to the public on campus this weekend, marking the beginning of the Tennessee Tour, an educational exhibition that will travel across the state. The free tour will kick off Saturday, November 19, and will coincide with the UT-Vanderbilt football game.
ECO-STRUCTURE recently caught up with Megan Chafin, media spokesperson for Living Light, UT Knoxville’s entry for the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2011 Solar Decathlon.
UT’s Team Living Light shined bright in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon which concluded this weekend.
This article from The Huffington Post profiles Living Light, UT Knoxville’s entry in the Department of Energy’s 2011 Solar Decathlon. The article cites the house’s efficiency, use of technology, and high-quality design. The house is powered by Solyndra technology, which has been a hot topic recently in Washington.
Competition begins today for Team Living Light, UT’s student team competing in the Department of Energy’s 2011 Solar Decathlon in Washington, D.C. You can help Team Living Light by voting for them in the People’s Choice category. Online voting begins at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow at http://www.solardecathlon.gov.
In just three days, Team Living Light begins transporting the stunning, state-of-the-art, zero-energy house to the Washington Mall to compete in the US Department of Energy’s 2011 Solar Decathlon. Representing more than 200 students and nine academic programs, UT’s team will face off against ninteen other teams in a series of ten events beginning September 23. Winners will be announced October 1.
The University of Tennessee is one of twenty teams taking part in the Department of Energy’s 2011 Solar Decathlon competition on September 23 in Washington, D.C. The Knoxville News Sentinel takes a look at the full-scale prototype that Team Living Light will pit against designs from other universities. The 750-square-foot home was designed by more than 200 UT students from ten disciplines and runs entirely on solar power.
Team Living Light from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will host a construction open house next week to celebrate progress made on the Living Light house. Free and open to the public, the event will be from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19, at the Design Build Annex, 3408 Henson Road, Knoxville.
UT Knoxville’s Team Living Light has a long road to the Solar Decathlon competition next fall but with each pledge of support the team receives, their journey gets easier. Thanks to the support of Kawneer Company, Inc., an Alcoa company and the leading manufacturer of architectural aluminum products, the Living Light team got another leg up in their quest to win the international competition.