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Stefano Boeri reveals Liuzhou Forest City

With a name like TreeHugger, it is not surprising that we pay a lot of attention to the work of Italian architect Stefano Boeri, famous for covering his buildings in trees. It started with some skepticism about whether it made much sense or was replicable, but like his tree-covered buildings, …

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Should there be prizes for sustainable architecture?

When reviewing this year’s AIA/COTE Awards for the top ten sustainable buildings, I chose to accentuate the positive: The remarkable reworking of the awards to redefine sustainability, to include aspects like wellness, resilience, resource use and embodied energy. But I noted: It is a wonderful, well rounded list that covers …

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