The George W. Bush Presidential Center, which harvests its rainwater and uses solar power, is the first presidential library to earn a LEED Platinum rating.
Using regenerative landscape design, Turenscape Architects transformed a toxic landfill into a recreational park using natural, sustainable methods to restore damaged soil.
With more than 1 million square feet of planned lab space, the new ESS research campus in will be as environmentally friendly as possible to protect the region’s notable biodiversity.
Chicago design firm Zoka Zola is building a block of flats in Croatia that will appear to hover above a verdant hillside, preserving an unbroken, virgin greenbelt near the Adriatic coast.
Many passive green building strategies can soften the impact of natural disasters and make life more healthy and bearable for survivors during the recovery period.