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Sustainable design and solutions focusing on the environment, architecture with a “green” heart.

The Carmen Hotel by sanzpont, a project inspired by the coral in the Caribbean Sea

20-05-2020 - Sustainable Architecture

The Carmen Hotel by sanzpont, a project inspired by the coral in the Caribbean Sea

The coronavirus pandemic is impacting our day-to-day lives, but we can still dream about travelling. The Carmen Hotel by sanzpont arquitectura in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Yucatan state, Mexico is exotic, sustainable and state-of-the-art, and it’s all inspired by the coral reef in the Caribbean Sea.

Weinstein A+U and the new fire station 22 in Seattle

08-05-2020 - Sustainable Architecture

Weinstein A+U and the new fire station 22 in Seattle

The architects from Seattle-based studio, Weinstein A+U designed fire station 22 in their city. The building, on a small, narrow lot with drive-through access for the fire trucks, also achieved LEED Platinum certification.

Yongjiang Experimental School in Jiangbei District by DC Alliance

01-05-2020 - Sustainable Architecture

Yongjiang Experimental School in Jiangbei District by DC Alliance

The Chinese architecture firm DC Alliance has completed the Yongjiang Experimental School in Jiangbei District, Ningbo, arranging the architectural volumes around a large courtyard that serves as the core of the school activities, also intended as student interaction and the pleasure of spending time together.

RECENT PROJECTS

The Miller Hull Partnership, new living spaces in Seattle

28-10-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

The Miller Hull Partnership, new living spaces in Seattle

The Miller Hull Partnership completed 8th & Republican Mixed-Use Development in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighbourhood. A project that balances public and private interests with an urban space in a community setting.

Bio21 Nancy Millis Building by DesingInc in Melbourne

14-10-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

Bio21 Nancy Millis Building by DesingInc in Melbourne

DesignInc’s Melbourne studio recently completed the Bio21 Nancy Millis Building in Parkville, one of the largest biotechnology research centres in Australia. Architecture that exemplifies the significance of collaborative practice and healthy work environments for researchers and office workers and of improving results and targeting a Green Star rating from the Green Building Council of Australia.

Henning Larsen Architects, The Lindner College of Business Cincinnati

10-10-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

Henning Larsen Architects, The Lindner College of Business Cincinnati

Danish architecture practice Henning Larsen has just completed its first built work in North America. The building for the Lindner College of Business in Cincinnati, completed in collaboration with Cincinnati-based KZF and Buro Happold, connects classrooms to the campus and community, encouraging a social, collaborative approach to learning.

The Green Isle, a sustainable restaurant in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

03-10-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

The Green Isle, a sustainable restaurant in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Taiwanese designer Keng-Fu Lo from Chain10 Architecture & Interior Design Institute has created the third restaurant in the successful Tan Zuo Mali chain. This time he created not just an excellent restaurant experience but also a public space for people to relax and have a good time, a one-of-a-kind space where customers can leave the congested hustle and bustle of the city behind them and get closer to nature.

A sustainable project for the science complex at the MIL Campus of the Université de Montréal

01-10-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

A sustainable project for the science complex at the MIL Campus of the Université de Montréal

The project team formed of Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux | Lemay | NFOE Architects designed the new science complex at the MIL Campus of the Université de Montréal. The project has social and environmental sustainability goals.

Lemay Net Positive: The Phenix

23-09-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

Lemay Net Positive: The Phenix

With the transformation of an abandoned warehouse in Montreal into their own offices, Lemay, one of Canada’s leading architecture, planning and design firms, has developed the Phenix as a testing ground for new best practices in sustainable architecture. It is already Fitwel-certified and is also targeting LEED-Platinum and Zero Carbon certification.

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