Green design

green design

[¦grēn di′zīn]
(industrial engineering)

Green design

A design, usually architectural, conforming to environmentally sound principles of building; site selection and design; building design; selection of appropriate materials; improved indoor environmental quality; and reduced materials, water, and energy use.
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Green Design and Manufacturing for Sustainability (online access included)
With the advent of cheap electricity and the invention of the airconditioner in the 1950s, people forgot the basic elements of green design.
THE World Green Design Forum 2013 has awarded Cardiff-based Ecodesign Centre (EDC) with the World Green Design Contribution Award.
The new website design demonstrates their commitment to charity, and to being a green design company.
It is a community-oriented firm that incorporates value engineering into its design and operations with a special concentration on implementing sustainable green design to meet "Green and Clean" requirements under LEED certification.
Lutron was awarded the Green Design Medal from the New York School of Interior Design.
We don't need to go out there and fight with all the big destructive "red industries" such as the petroleum industry, to save our precious planet, but rather we can do it quietly yet effectively with green design and construction of our home.
Mumbai, Maharashtra, April 1 -- Set to revolutionize the laminate industry in India, Greenply Industries Ltd the trend guru & a leading name in the segment today announced that they are all set to enter Ranchi with the first of its kind Exclusive Brand Shop christened Green Design Studio.
One of our seminars is called "Don't Let Green Design Cause Red Ink.
HOK is honored to have been named the number one green design firm by ENR," said Kenneth Drucker, Director of Design for HOK New York's office.
Those of us within the architectural community are becoming very familiar with making a case for green design.
But the old ways of doing things tend to slow down what would otherwise be a full-fledged green design revolution.