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Exterior View. Image © Matteo De Mayda
Courtesy of Architecture for a Change
Sustainable lighting at HDI Gerling Headquarters. Architects: ingenhoven architects, www.ingenhovenarchitects.com. Lighting design: Tropp Lighting, www.tropp-lighting.com. Image © Hans Georg Esch, www.hgesch.de
Innovation District Harborwalk . Image Courtesy of ULI Boston
Courtesy of the AIA
Limnologen in Växjö, Sweden. Image Courtesy of Midroc Property Development
LEED seems to prioritize "Gizmo Green solutions" such as the photovoltaic panels on Ronald Lu and Partners' Zero Carbon Building. Image © Ronald Lu and Partners
Helsinki is pioneering an underground cooling system that could cut 80% of carbon emissions compared to conventional air conditioning. Image © Flickr CC User Justin Swan
Courtesy of SLA and the Municipality of Frederikssund
Anthropic Park: Freshwater ecological reserve and remediation - Saline Joniche, Italy. Image Courtesy of Grupo Aranea
Courtesy of JAHN
The Clinton Presidential Center by Polshek Partnership and Hargreaves Associates received a rating of Two Green Globes from the GBI. But would LEED have rated it the same?. Image © Timothy Hursley
Solar power with a view: MSU doctoral student Yimu Zhao holds up a transparent luminescent solar concentrator module. Image © Yimu Zhao
Courtesy of National Custom and Self Build Association
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The 2050 Imperative will likely lead to more buildings such as the Zero Carbon Building by Ronald Lu and Partners. Image © Ronald Lu and Partners