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The new BBVA Bancomer Tower designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Legorreta + Legorreta has opened in Mexico City
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Adam McKay’s Oscar-nominated The Big Short teaches a salutary lesson, writes Paul Finch
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28 March, 2012
By Hattie Hartman
MIT 3D Solar Energy Modules
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MIT team design new 3D photovoltaic modules
More areas of the country are now in drought, in The Guardian.
DECC reveal new low carbon heat plans.
BSRIA publish 4 pp free guidance, Soft Landings Core Principles, for new or refurbished buildings. Download here.
And finally…MIT team design powerful 3D photovoltaic modules.
25 September 2015Laura Mark
BIG’s Bjarke Ingels is among the nine architects to have been handed RIBA International Fellowships
10 January 2013Laura Mark
Today’s green news: MIT Media Lab’s WristQue detects the humidity and temperature of a space and adjusts controls accordingly
31 July 2012ajsustainability
Today’s green news: Google’s new London headquarters achieves LEED Gold
2 October 2012Richard Waite
Hugh Broughton Architects has bagged its third polar region project after winning the contest to design the Greenland Atmospheric Watch Observatory
28 June 2012
20 April 2012ajsustainability
Today’s green news: HK Farm launch rooftop urban farm, in Hong Kong
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Facade helps college meet green targets
29 January 2013ajsustainability
Today’s green news: Project Bosco Verticale in Milan promotes biodiversity, by Boeri Studio
25 January 2013ajsustainability
Today’s green news: Chicago’s Green Tech Centre receives LEED platinum certfification for its existing building
16 November 2012ajsustainability
Today’s green news: Harvard’s Ecological Urbanism app displays interactive case studies from around the world
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