Gallery: 9 Green Architecture Student Projects That Make the Grade

 
The start of the school year is just around the corner, and the next generation of architecture students have a lot more to be aware of than their professors did when they went to school. Fortunately, we've seen lots of stunning student-built projects that point to a brilliant future for sustainable architecture. These design-build projects reuse materials to incredible effect, press the boundaries of energy efficiency, and beautifully combine form with function to create built environments that are truly green -- read on for 9 of our favorite architecture school projects that really make the grade!

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