LEED, SI-5281, and BREAM are green building standards implemented in Israel and internationally serving as the baseline for sustainable planning.
Green architecture, contrary to green building, takes the project beyond the framework of the conventional standards, ushering it to more substantial accomplishments in sustainable design. There’s also a stronger focus on well-being and living environment.
Green Architecture is pivotal in the sustainable design field. It takes on a holistic view of the project. It is vital to integrate functionality and efficiency within zoning restrictions, the owner’s requirements, and budgetary restrictions, all while preserving the design vision of the architect and meeting the green design requirements.
Green Architecture is a tool that amply contributes to the design process. The interdisciplinary approach leads to a high performing building, with a high-quality living environment, while maintaining cost efficiency.