Why you should consider green architecture

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Kebony’s International Director of Sales Adrian Pye recently spoke with Construction Global about the five factors responsible for green architecture’s success and how they work together to generate real benefits for home and building owners. From lifecycle cost to aesthetics, Adrian explores why architects should consider green building feature in all projects.

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The green building trend is gaining momentum around the world in both the commercial and residential sectors. Some countries have even begun enforcing green building mandates for certain construction features such as green roofs and cement.

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Kebony’s Sales Adrian Pye recently spoke with Construction Global about the five factors responsible for green architecture’s success and how they work together to generate real benefits for home and building owners. From lifecycle cost to aesthetics, Adrian explores why architects should consider green building feature in all projects.

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As the popular practice continues to gain popularity, these reasons are likely to grow more prominent in society. To read more about the benefits of green architecture, read the article here.

Photography: Helgeland Kraft by Stein Hamre © Bjørn Leivrik // Onda Restaurant Olso by Alliance Arkitekter // NINA, Trondheim by Pir II © Sindre Karlsen