Simple Ecological Planning – with Vectorworks

Ever more clients ask for more than an appealing design; they also want their building to be environmentally compatible. The following reference projects from Vectorworks - themselves merely a small selection among countless examples - show how the two go hand in hand. The examples range from the "green" educational center in the Botanic Garden in Sydney to the NYC subway station with a solar roof.

NYC Subway Goes Solar

For the largest above-ground station in the New York City subway system, Brooklyn's Kiss + Cathcart architects designed an innovative panelized construction system of semi-transparent photovoltaic modules. more...

 
Ecologic Campus

For the local Red River College Campus Corbett Cibinel Architects in Winnipeg, Canada designed a sustainable concept for a new learning centre on a brownfield site. more...

 
Green Building in the Botanic Garden

Sydney's Kennedy Associates Architects' brief was to set the benchmark for future buildings on the estate at the Botanic Garden in Sydney and to provide a unique multi-function facility, which meets high standards in terms of ecological sustainability within a very modest budget. more...

 
Sustainability Pays Off

A new resource-efficient building was constructed for Darmstadt Technical University based on the designs of the Stuttgart architects Knoche. In January 2009, the design was awarded the German Sustainable Building Certificate. more...

 
Eco-Campus in Japan

Energy-efficient building and carefully planned green spaces make the Sagamihara Campus of Aoyama Gakuin University near Tokyo a veritable “Eco-Campus”. In comparison to a plan without such measures CO2 emissions were reduced by more than one fifth. more...

 
 

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DGNB

We are member of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen e.V. (German Association for Sustainable Building). more...