Evergreen Architecture: A New Book Explores Buildings That Place Nature at Their Core | Colossal


The construction of sustainable and environmentally friendly structures for residential and commercial purposes is one of the more significant challenges of our time. As the built environment continues to encroach on natural habitats worldwide, architects have begun to alter their approach to constructing homes and offices, often taking the lead from nature itself. Evergreen Architecture: Overgrown Buildings and Greener Living, released last month by Gestalten, surveys a wide array of institutional, residential, rural, and urban structures that directly interface with their surrounding environments.[…]

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2 Responses to Evergreen Architecture: A New Book Explores Buildings That Place Nature at Their Core | Colossal

  1. I would love to live in a building like that.

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