Gallery: Architect Magazine Unveils Top Green Achitecture List!

The world of architecture has mounted a bit of a backlash against the celebrity architecture list that Vanity Fair published earlier this summer. If you've checked out the list, you'll notice there is a shocking lack of green architecture, and a lot of people are taking notice. Vanity Fair asked 52 experts to choose the five most important works of architecture created since 1980 resulting in a list of 21 buildings, with Frank Gehry's Guggenheim Museum topping the list. We were shocked at how few green architecture projects was represented in Vanity Fair's A-list, so we were glad to see that Architect Magazine decided to make their own list -- the G-List. Read on for a look at the top green buildings constructed since 1980!

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