Bertschi School's (Seattle, WA) Living Building Science Wing was chosen for a 2017 Green Roof and Wall Award of Excellence from the organization Green Roofs for Healthy Cities. The award was presented to Head of School Rafael del Castillo and Landscape architect Mark Sindell of GGLO Architects at the national @CitiesAlive Conference held in Seattle last week. The award recognizes the building's Green Wall design features and specifically its use for treating grey water produced by the science room. The educational value of the green wall and its contribution to the overall beauty and inspiration of the Living Building was noted. The Science Wing is featured in the award section of the latest issue of the Living Architecture Monitor.