All Sustainable-architecture Posts

Sustainable Architecture: 4 Amazing Examples of Green Buildings

Oct 20, 2020 3:17:39 PM

Museum of Tomorrow, a leading example of sustainable architecture in Rio de Janeiro

Updated May 2021.

Sustainable architecture is about building in a way that reduces harmful impact on the environment. Every aspect of the design and construction process reflects this goal.

From using renewable energy sources and materials, to respecting the local ecosystem: sustainable architecture is always seeking to minimize its ecological footprint.

Considering a career in this field?

You will be part of a powerful movement to design communities that exist in harmony with nature.

Sustainable Architecture Training: 5 Things to Know Before You Begin

Jul 23, 2020 10:02:00 AM

Sustainable architecture focuses on preserving the environment by using eco-friendly building methods and materials. There's been tremendous growth in this field all over the world. It's much more than a passing trend to "go green."

Sustainable Architecture Diploma: Meet the Instructor, Explore the Training

Jun 4, 2020 9:50:51 AM

Herzing instructor, Sam Graceffa has over 20 years of experience in sustainable architecture and building design

Sustainable architecture is a very fast-growing field in Quebec, throughout Canada, and across the globe.

This industry is all about designing structures with minimal environmental impact. Sustainable building designers use cutting-edge technologies and products to conserve energy, lower costs, and protect natural resources.

4 Reasons Sustainable Architecture is a Very Smart Career Path

Mar 26, 2019 2:29:32 PM

Climate change, pollution, and over-populated cities have become major issues all across the globe. From the food we eat, to the clothes we wear, to the cars we drive, and the buildings we live in—sustainability is the new watch word.

Sustainable Architecture: 4 Popular Green Energy Sources for Buildings

Dec 6, 2018 3:52:19 PM

Sustainable architecture is all about finding better ways to construct buildings so their environmental impact is as small as possible. It's about innovation, creativity, technology, and a total commitment to sustainability.

But there are others good reasons to go green. Buildings that happily co-exist with nature are often cheaper to run—a major bonus for clients who want to save costs over the long-term, while staying true to their eco values.

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