Eco-friendly architecture through smart design

The May 2008 issue of Vanity Fair (the third annual “Green Issue”) features an article in the “Architecture” section by Matt Tyrnauer on architect William McDonough, whom he refers to as “a prophet of the sustainablilty and clean technology movements.” McDonough’s advocacy of smart design that reduces both water and air pollution, as well as waste, has resulted in some amazing collaborations and fascinating projects.

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source: Vanity Fair

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