Friday, September 28, 2007

Precedent: Genyzme Building

The Genzyme Building set a standard for environmentally responsible architecture by creating a building that is communal and environmentally favorable. The central atrium, efficient air circulation, remarkable use of natural light, and glass exterior are significant elements of the building.

As a successful project both in its ecological and economic benefits, it serves as a physical example of how business can benefit from addressing environmental concerns. Furthermore, it elegantly blends multiple elements to create an effective system.

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