Gallery: Copenhagen’s Stunning Carbon-Neutral Sundial Structure

 

The Danish are known for their trendsetting fashion and wind energy industries, and they soon may be just as famous for their sustainable and carbon neutral buildings. Just last week the University of Copenhagen and Christensen & Co Arkitekter A/S, broke ground on a stunning new Faculty of Science building, dubbed the Green Lighthouse. This carbon-neutral building makes excellent use of natural light and will feature solar panels, LED lighting, and scores of other sustainable strategies.

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  1. Bridgette Steffen November 6, 2008 at 10:18 am

    Here is a link to the Green Lighthouse’s energy systems. It’s in Danish, but you can probably figure it out. http://greenlighthouse.ku.dk/billeder/green_lighthouse_energiplanche.jpg

  2. nelsnelson November 5, 2008 at 2:27 pm

    I wish that the image highlighting the different aspects of the green design would be readable.

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