Gallery: INTERVIEW: We Talk to Massimo LoBuglio About Sustainable Build...

 
Inhabitat: Many businesses out there are just now getting into being eco-friendly. Do you have any advice for them? ML: Commit to it as part of long-term plan. Some results are not immediate or tangible but the benefits can be significant. You can save money on your energy, materials and waste bills. It’s also – and probably more important - about giving your staff, customers, and investors an opportunity to be part of something larger than themselves, a response to a major social challenge.

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  1. Joe Vecchio January 13, 2011 at 9:30 am

    Thanks for all the positive feedback on the design of the space. This was an incredible project to work on with the Little Cupcake team. I have to commend these guys for being truly committed to green design as well as carbon neutral. They maintained throughout the design build process the need for materials and systems to be in line with the highest environment standards while staying true to their brands esthetic.

  2. natalie.t December 6, 2010 at 5:03 pm

    The building looks fabulous! What great engineering!

    But I also have the same question as Analily. Is the food ‘as green as’ the building?

  3. Analily December 6, 2010 at 4:41 pm

    Love the idea of a green building,in my opinion the engineer, architect and designer used most environmentally friendly resources cleverly. How “green” is the food? Is it organic, how long do ingredients travel to get there?
    Great job in the building.

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