Kellogg Building Project

Deconstruction

Seeley House and the wings of Kellogg House were carefully deconstructed to comply with the requirements of the Living Building Challenge. Almost all of the materials removed from these buildings were salvaged, repurposed, or recycled. The 2-month process depicted in the pictures below is significantly different than how buildings are normally “deconstructed” (read: demolished).

Photos are by Nicholas Whitman.


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