Green Architecture

Green architecture refers to both a structure and also the using of processes that are environmentally accountable and resource economical throughout a building lifecycle: from siting to style, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and demolition. Green Building style involves finding the balance between home building and sustainable atmosphere. New technologies are perpetually being developed to enrich the present practices in making greener structure the common objective of green buildings is to cut back the general impact of the engineered atmosphere on human health and also the natural atmosphere by: expeditiously using energy, water, and different resources, protective occupier health and up worker productivity, reducing waste, pollution and environmental degradation

  • Life cycle assessment
  • Sustainable design
  • Energy efficiency
  • Water Conservation
  • Sustainable architecture
  • Green Building: regulation & operation
  • International framework assessment tools

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