Transsolar KlimaEngineering is a diverse team of engineers focused on creating climate-responsive built environments. They collaborate with their clients and partners to enhance the human experience while minimizing resource use following their self-declared attitude: High Comfort, Low Impact. In partnership with the world’s leading architects their unique approach has led to numerous breakthrough projects including Manitoba Hydro Place, which in 2012 became the most energy efficient office tower in North America. Their collaborative style has earned their projects many AIA Honor, COTE Top Ten, and other international awards; a recent high point is the 2015 AIA Institute Honor for Collaborative Achievement. Transsolar consults for a variety of projects, ranging from residential and university buildings to museum design, campus planning, and urban design. The firm also has a history of art collaboration where the knowledge and skill to manipulate a space’s thermodynamic conditions are required. Notable examples are “cloudscapes” with Tetsuo Kondo and “lightscapes” with Anja Thierfelder at the 2010 and 2016 Architecture Biennale in Venice. Transsolar has been operating for almost 25 years with offices in Stuttgart, Munich, Paris and New York.