RIBA: ‘green’ Architecture Week.

Image: A new hi-rise in miami’s design district takes green architecture to a new height. The residential/commercial space integrates the greenest in green: wind turbines, photovoltaic panels and solar hot water generation. Designed by Chad Oppenheim

Architecture Week 2007, 15-24 June looks at a ‘green’ approach to architecture. In the UK, depending on which area you live in, buildings can account for between 27 & 35% of greenhouse gas emissions.

Just how practical are current architect’s ideas for greener buildings? Check out the Riba Architecture Week’s website for ideas. There’s a lot going on.

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One Response to RIBA: ‘green’ Architecture Week.

  1. cmichelena says:

    Very interesting!

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