Architect Magazine Unveils Top Green Achitecture List!

by , 07/28/10

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Some interesting results of the G-List survey as compared to the A-List reveal that the G-List is much more progressive, with the average age of the buildings numbering seven years compared to Vanity Fair’s list, which was 17 years. As Hosey says, “the A-List seems riddled with nostalgia.” Another interesting revelation is that not a single building repeats itself in either list, and not a single American architecture firm is included.

The survey for the G-List announced the California Academy of Sciences by Renzo Piano Workshop as the top green building of the 21st century. What do you think about the G-List — is it a welcome respite to Vanity Fair’s A-List?

Via Architect Magazine

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