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Turkey’s Green Architecture By RMJM Architects

Another green architecture is going to be built is Istanbul, Turkey that is scheduled to be completed in 2011. A project by RMJM Architects, this building will house residential units, five-star hotel is strongly possible., offices, and conference facilities. Best of all, this one of a kind architectural design has many green features, which include rainwater collection sites and facilities to help people optimize their water usage and to reduce their energy consumption. The building will also have a wind turbine technology, and cooling water pools. With creation of architecture like these, a green future for us and our kids will be a dream come true.

Turkey's Green Architecture

Turkey's Green Architecture

Turkey's Green Architecture

Turkey's Green Architecture

Turkey's Green Architecture

Turkey's Green Architecture

Turkey's Green Architecture

Source: RMJM Architecture via Designboom



The Energy Efficient Office of India

Economic friendly architecture can now be seen in almost every country around the world, and joining with those countries is India who has joined the Holcim Awards with their Energy Efficient Office in Hyderabad. This energy efficient building does the maximization of daylight for lighting purpose, which in turn reduces the use of electricity for this purpose. In addition, rainwater is also harvested for irrigation use, which is very important to every building. Aside from those features mentioned, the building also uses local materials that made it efficient for about 80 percent while still maintaining the quality of the building services at the right level.

India's Energy Efficient Office

India's Energy Efficient Office

India's Energy Efficient Office

India's Energy Efficient Office

India's Energy Efficient Office

India's Energy Efficient Office

India's Energy Efficient Office

India's Energy Efficient Office

India's Energy Efficient Office

India's Energy Efficient Office

Source: Holcim Awards



EcoFoil Surfboards from Ocean Green

The EcoFoil Surfboards from Ocean Green is made from sustainable raw materials. It is the Vision and the ultimate goal of Ocean Green. Ocean Green’s innovative construction of their EcoFoil surfboards produces big and strong, yet lightweight hollow balsa core. The shape of the EcoFoil is designed by Ocean Green’s world class shaper (Frank McWilliams), and gives the Nicaraguan wood a stunning finish.

As a commitment on sourcing sustainable and ethically produced materials, Ocean Green has managed a forest where they get their materials in producing their EcoFoil surfboards. Ocean Green uses an organic cloth for their balsa and makes sure that their workshops comply with the Fair Trade standards.

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