Most​ ​ Sustainable​ ​ Buildings​ ​ Of​ ​ The​ ​ World
Friday, 24 November 2017

With the world’s ever-growing population and fast dwindling resources, green and sustainable living is the only way forward. There are many compelling reasons why buildings must be green and sustainable. Here’s a glimpse of the world’s finest and most sustainable buildings.

1. The Crystal, London, UK: This iconic building in London reuses rainwater intelligently to set a fine example of energy efficiency.

2. Cor, Miami, USA: Designed with the intelligent use of recyclable materials, this building of offices and flats in Miami is an exemplary green building.

3. Pixel Building, Melbourne, Australia: Famous for its iconic design and neutral carbon emissions, this sustainable building is also constructed with recycled materials.

4. Porter School of Environmental Studies, Tel Aviv, Israel: A fine example of a green building in the Middle East, this structure has an ecological wall and a green roof, and uses recyclable resources with excellent efficiency.

5. Bahrain World Trade Centre, Manama, Bahrain: This grand building in Bahrain is known for its highly energy efficiency cooling and temperature control systems.

6. Bank of America Tower, New York, USA: This impressive skyscraper in New York sets gold standards for energy efficiency, indoor air quality and eco-friendly construction processes.

7. The Edge, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Owing to its highly efficient solar panels and rainwater harvesting mechanisms, this building was pronounced the greenest building in the world by the British agency BREEAM.

8. NuOffice, Munich, Germany: This highly sustainable building is known for its almost zero consumption of energy, owing to its green roof, mechanized windows, solar chimneys and photovoltaic generator.

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