Gallery: Accounting Giant KPMG’s New Headquarters Balances Its Energy B...

 
The ground floor also features a series of faceted, metallic-green installations used as private meeting rooms. These spaces serve as discrete spaces for appointments to maintain the privacy of the firm's clients.

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  1. msyin February 10, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    Any clue as to what companies like this are doing to improve their other buildings efficiencies that they are currently still using? Building greener buildings just makes sense, but renovation of existing buildings to improve their CO2 emissions, reduce costs and maximize use is also worthy of some of their profits.

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