The Green Building of National Life Insurance by Henry Browne and Borja Huidobro

Green building seems to be the solution to cities who hardly have a chance to plant trees. Architects Henry Browne and Borja Huidobro have built the National Insurance building in Las Condes, Santiago, Chile. The building has various eco-friendly features that made it a sustainable one. One of the features is its interior and exterior termopanels vegetation that absorbs the heat of the sun. Another great green feature it has is its front wall that turns into a vegetable garden of around 3000 square meters vertical, wherein the plants changes into different looks over the years depending on the season.

Building Consortioum

Building Consortioum

Building Consortioum

Building Consortioum

Source: Plataforma Arquitectura


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