A green architectural design is one that has taken several environmental factors into account. These include, the efficient use of energy during the life of the building, whether the building is built on a sustainable site, how efficiently the building uses water, the level of carbon emissions generated by the building, whether the building is built with sustainable materials, and whether the building is located in such a way to maximize use of public transportation as a means of reducing carbon emissions and overall environmental impact.
Green Architectural design can mean several different things – It can be used to describe the design of buildings which use physical features, such as daylighting or natural ventilation, to reduce energy consumption and heating and cooling loads. Additionally, the term can refer to materials of construction and their environmental impact and how the building interacts aesthetically and physically with its environment.
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