Livable Buildings Awards

A program to showcase buildings that excel in design, operation, and occupant satisfaction.

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In August of 2013, a jury of CBE Industry Partners selected the UCSF Ray and Dagmar Dolby Regeneration Medicine Building in San Francisco, California, as the winner of the 2013 Livable Buildings Award. The Morphosis Architecture Studio in Los Angeles, California, was recognized with an honorable mention.

These projects meet the highest standards for providing healthy and productive indoor environments, and represent best practices for sustainability and overall design.

These winning projects, along with the other award finalists, ranked among the top scorers in CBE's Occupant Indoor Environmental Quality Survey. The survey, used to study occupant satisfaction with the quality of the indoor environment, has been implemented in over 600 buildings around the globe.

The Award Winner

Nestled between the UCSF Parnassus campus and Mount Sutro in San Francisco, this laboratory building boasts LEED Gold certification, ample outdoor space, and a collaborative atmosphere.
Read more about UCSF’s Ray and Dagmar Dolby Regeneration Medicine Building >>

Honorable Mention and Finalists

The jury also recognized the Morphosis Architecture Studio with an Honorable Mention from among the finalists that qualified for the competition.
See the 2013 Honorable Mention and other finalists >>

The Jury

The program jury represents the diversity of CBE's industry membership.
Meet the 2013 Livable Buildings Awards jury >>

UCSF Ray and Dagmar Dolby Regeneration Medicine Building, 2013 Livable Buildings Award Winner.