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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
Yacht designed by Zaha Hadid. Could 3D Printing "someday make Hadid-like forms so cheap to execute that they become mundane"?. Image © Unique Circle Yachts / Zaha Hadid Architects for Bloom+Voss Shipyards
Rhome for Dencity / Rhome (Rome, Italy). Image © Solar Decathlon Europe / jflakes.com
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IZM Building / Architekten Hermann Kaufmann - Germany. Image © Norman A. Müller
Masdar’s Incubator Building banks away from its roof line to add pedestrian space while constructing the aperture between buildings above to limit the amount of sunlight hitting the street surface. Image © Tyler Caine
Tower House . Image © Art Gray
Render for Sky City One. Image Courtesy of Broad Group
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Arup: © Colt, SSC, Arup
Aerial perspective. Image Courtesy of Vincent Callebaut Architectures
The Clinton Presidential Center, in Little Rock, Arkansas, designed by Polshek Partnership and Hargreaves Associates received a rating of Two Green Globes from the GBI. Image © Timothy Hursley
Graphic from our LEED infographic. © Megan Jett. . Image
Exterior View. Image © ADEPT / doug&wolf
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As of now, carbon fiber has only been applied to small scale applications, such as the Textile Room by P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S. Image © Monica Nouwens