The SEEDClassroom is the world’s first portable, self-sustaining classroom to target Living Building Challenge certification—one of the world’s most rigorous building performance standards. Designed and built by Method Homes and the SEED Collaborative, the modular classroom prototype has been transported to a site in Seattle, WA, where it will be unveiled at the International Living Future unConference.

The project was inspired by the SEED Collaborative’s previous work on the Bertschi School which was recently certified as the 4th Living Building in the world. The success of the 3,380-square-foot interactive school in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood inspired the team to try and bring the same to more students.

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