These three applications — one in practice and two conceptual — demonstrate the potential for buildings of the future to pull water literally out of thin air.
The city of Santiago, Chile, is continuing its strong green building movement with the launch of two new sustainable six-story office projects: the World Green Center and the Terrazas building.
Natural Resources Defense Council writes about how clean, sustainable energy technologies are on the uptick in Chile – and with gusto.
The skies the limit for the Chinese solar these days and now the country is reported to be investing $900 million in a solar energy park in the Andean country of Chile.
A new office building in Santiago makes use of passive solar orientation, a wood facade, and a groundwater heat pump; it is expected to gain LEED Gold.