In today’s fast-paced world, clean air, energy efficiency, and sustainability are becoming increasingly important. Green architecture steps up to the challenge by incorporating eco-friendly practices into building design.
Not only do green buildings minimize energy consumption and reduce environmental impact, but they also promote overall wellness for their occupants.
Let’s dive into the captivating world of green architecture and discover how it’s transforming the real estate landscape.
As cities continue to grow and expand, urban planners and policymakers are beginning to realize the importance of incorporating food production into their planning efforts.
Urban agriculture, the practice of growing food in an urban environment, is becoming increasingly popular as a way to address issues such as food security, community development and environmental sustainability.
In this article, we’ll take a look at how cities around the world are incorporating urban agriculture into their planning efforts, and what the future of urban food production might look like.
The mission-driven luxury lifestyle hotel brand, 1 Hotels, has opened the doors of its third property, 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.
Designed from the ground-up, the property cultivates the best of eco-conscious design and sustainable architecture.
The founder of 1 Hotels, Barry Sternlicht, explains the company’s core philosophy as: “The world around us is beautiful, and we want to keep it that way.”
Do you dream of living in an eco-friendly town that puts people and the environment first?
I certainly do.
Fortunately, there is just such a town being built.
Named North West Bicester, this exciting eco-town development is situated in the heart of Southern England, just 15 miles from the world-famous Oxford City.
Let’s take a factual tour of North West Bicester, aided by several ‘artist impressions’ of the finished town.
I’ve always been fascinated by circular buildings.
Think of the elegance of lighthouses, and the robustness of round castle towers.
You’re probably familiar with famous circular buildings such as the Colosseum in Rome, the Royal Albert Hall in London and the Capitol Records Tower in Los Angeles.