Pilot evaluation projects of “intelligent buildings” are being undertaken around the world by each of the nine participating members in the International Building Performance Evaluation (IBPE) project. The purpose of this effort is to develop a “Universal Toolkit” with culture-specific modules for analyzing and gathering data. Such performance evaluations are beneficial not only to building owners for improving their own facilities, but potentially as a mechanism for feeding-forward knowledge for the design of other “intelligent offices.” The question is, “How do we make this knowledge readily accessible?” Based on work done in the Netherlands, this presentation examines the concept of “feed-forward” and provides a view of how IBPE case data may be collected and browsed over the World Wide Web.