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."
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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.
Over the last several years, a growing interest in sustainable building design and construction has dramatically increased the number of "green" materials available to consumers.
Architectural designers now have a generous array of options to offer their eco-concerned clients, including environmentally responsible flooring.
From carpeting to cork, sustainable floors come in a wide range of materials, colours, and price points. Each option has its own 'story' in terms of environmental impact, origin, durability, and recommended use.