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Nicolas Laisné Associés, Lyon, France, French architecture, bio-climatic work environment, certified BREEAM Very Good, BREEAM buildings, “EcoCités” design, green space, green design, green architecture, garden space, green buildings, green roof,

French architectural firm, Nicolas Laisné Associés, designed the open-concept, bio-climatic office building to have a beautiful green-layered outer facade.

White latticed screens and trailing planting shade the glazed facade of this day spa by MIA Design Studio from the midday sun

Vietnam spa by MIA Design Studio features latticed walls and hanging gardens

The Future Ecologic

Singapore-based architecture practice WOHA is currently showing an inspiring exhibition at the German Architecture Museum in Frankfurt.

"Final Wooden House" ... Architects: Sou Fujimoto | Location: Kumamoto (熊本市), Kumamoto Prefecture (熊本県), Japan (日本) - basically, directly to the East of Nagasaki (長崎市) | Architects: Sou Fujimoto | Project Year: 2006 || extra interview w/ the Architect here: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2013/may/25/sou-fujimoto-serpentine-pavilion-interview

Gallery of Final Wooden House / Sou Fujimoto - 7

ReGen Villages by EFFEKT for exhibition at the Danish Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016

EFFEKT designs villages that produce all food and energy

Utopian off-grid Regen Village produces all of its own food and energy ReGen Village Homes – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Jakob Green Wall Brings Life to landmark Sihl City Shopping Centre in Zurich. This would look great on the side of the Spark building on Caro Street

Wire facade for creepers or pots // This is so different from the typical ones; so clean and so Japanese :>:

Pages from my moleskine: "the loft" marquee by joyce + made binnenbuiten scheidingswand structuur groen wit skelet


Construction is now on hold for financial factors. Lots of buildings on earth today, which are considered representatives of Modern Architecture, seem to have exceeded all organic limitations in regards to height.