William McDonough Keynotes San Francisco “Sink or Swim” Panel

William McDonough will keynote “Sink or Swim: Adapting to Rising Tides in the San Francisco Bay” panel, part of 2015 BCDC’s 50th Anniversary Summit: Sink or Swim.

2015 Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge Open for Entries

The 2015 Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge is now open for entries.

McDonough-designed Method factory has world’s largest roof greenhouse

The world’s first and only LEED Platinum-certified manufacturing plant to produce consumer products, Method is proud of their “South Side Soapbox”.

Be Green Packaging Recognized for Cradle to Cradle Achievements

Be Green Packaging is one of the only food service and consumer packaging companies with Cradle to Cradle Certified™ products.

McDonough Innovation, our sister organization, is seeking an IT professional/archivist

McDonough Innovation is looking for a curator/archivist in our Charlottesville studio to lead our pioneering physical and digital “living archive” project with Stanford University Libraries. Candidate must be proactive, thoughtful, highly organized and friendly; fluent in iOS/Mac platforms (integrating multiple mobile and desktop devices); have a keen curiosity and tenacity for researching (and troubleshooting) new apps, softwares and technologies; be able to successfully multi-task, problem-solve and respond to quickly-changing needs; and have a working knowledge …

Oct. 8–18, 2015: Firm Leader Alastair Reilly on jury for Solar Decathlon

Alastair Reilly is one of the influential industry leaders selected to join the Solar Decathlon jury this year. With over 25 years of experience in the field, he is a great addition to the the program.

Bloomberg Radio Interview with William McDonough at Sage Summit

Cory Johnson and Carol Massar of Bloomberg Radio interview William McDonough at Sage Summit 2015.

Ultimate Corporate Sustainability: Method’s South Side SoapBox in Chicago

Method’s new LEED Platinum factory was designed by William McDonough. Zach Mortice for Autodesk’s Line//Shape//Space, compares railcar manufacturer George Pullman to the Method founders Eric Ryan and Adam Lowry, who all came to the South Side of Chicago, utilizing unusual methods of architecture to create a property for high-tech manufacturing.