Articles by Nathan M. Gillette

Inspiration from Donald Judd

When you attend architecture school one of the first classes you are required to take is art history. As a young student I sat in…




Reuse, Re-cool

I was intrigued by “Inspiration” on the back page of the January-February issue of retrofit about the town of Nocona, Texas, reclaiming its identity in…


Low-hanging Fruit

USA Today Disparages “Easy” LEED Credits, Which Is Nothing New In my article titled “LEED and Economic Development,” I discussed USA Today’s criticism of LEED’s…


LEED and Economic Development

Green-building Incentives Promote Renovation and Redevelopment in a Down Economy Recently USA Today published an analysis of the Washington, D.C.- based U.S. Green Building Council’s…