Top 5 Greenest Buildings on the Planet

1. Apple Park in Cupertino, California Dreamed up by Steve Jobs himself, long before the technology existed to pull it off, Apple’s new campus looks like a spaceship landed in verdant parklands. The building itself breathes, inhaling cool, fresh air through canopies and exhaling warm air back outside through chimney-like shafts. The entire building runs…

Nature in the City

Have you heard the good news? Brisbane is redeveloping Victoria Park Golf Course into a state-of-the-art inner-city green space. Think Central Park, New York. But with native Australian bushland, rockpools, wetlands and water sports, a treehouse, high ropes course, mountain biking trails, an urban farm, outdoor arts and event spaces. It’s incredible to see a…

Clean, Cool Singapore – Greenest City in the World

As passionate advocates for sustainable cooling and urban developments, Singapore has become a significant inspiration for us. Although there are some limitations to what the city can do in terms of what they can achieve with overall sustainable technologies [see case study by GLOBUS], we like to focus on the Top 3 developments which affect…