The Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation synagogue, 303 Dodge Ave., was the first platinum LEED-certified house of worship in North America when it was built in 2008. The reclaimed siding from barns in upstate New York are weathering as the grounds around the building are maturing and providing a habitat for insects and butterflies. Credit: Joerg Metzner

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  1. This beautiful building was designed by architect, Carol Ross Barney, who is the 2023 winner of the AIA Gold Medal. She also designed the Levy Center across the street from JRC.