wellbeing

Breaking New Ground

Breaking New Ground

At RNL, we believe we have a responsibility to create spaces and places that are mindful of their impact not just on the environment, but also on the people who use them. We want people to thrive. That philosophy is at the core of our design for Lakehouse, a new for-sale multifamily residential project that broke ground in Denver last week. Here is how we're doing it...

60 Years of Sustainability

60 Years of Sustainability

At RNL, sustainability is a key part of our identity. ‘Design to thrive’ is more than just a slogan at RNL; it’s our entire design philosophy. Two recent projects that really exemplify that philosophy are the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro)’s Division 13 Bus Operations & Maintenance Facility in Los Angeles and the new Denver Water Campus. Here’s a little more about what makes them so special...

Making It Personal: Design For One Earth Becomes Design 2 Thrive

Making It Personal: Design For One Earth Becomes Design 2 Thrive

In 2010, RNL published ‘Design For One Earth’, a call to action internally and to the broader A&D community to consider the simple, yet crucial question: What would it take to live within the natural resource capacity of one earth? Since that time, the nature and meaning of sustainable design have evolved. Three key trends, however, have emerged as game-changers for planning and design...