November 01, 2013


LED light rings float inside the atrium at UNILEVER in Hamburg's HafenCity, designed by Behnisch Architekten. Credit: Matthew Noblett


This week, architects, builders, and entrepreneurs join us for a discussion about green architecture. How can remaking homes, apartments, and public spaces benefit the planet and increase our interaction with the world around us?

Solar House

A solar-shaded house form designed by LFA Architects. Credit: John Fernandez

What are the newest innovations in green building, and could they change the face of Boston and other cities?

We also look at whether these innovations can be broadly adopted — and what could stand in their way.

Green, environment, Culture, architecture, green architecture

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