Sustainable architecture

Eco-friendly, sustainable architecture dates back to ancient civilisations, where organic materials were harnessed to control temperature and aid agricultural industries. Centuries later, the concept of sustainable architecture has evolved, now primarily defined as a response to environmental crises and damage. Buildings are engineered to adapt to ecosystems with minimal infringement, by using environmentally friendly materials and integrated renewable energy solutions. Here, discover the latest in sustainable architecture news, featuring the most innovative designs and developments from green-fingered architects invested in a brighter future. Explore exhibitions, discussions and initiatives looking beyond the present day, inspiring the international architecture community to action. §

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