About Green Buildings magazine

The concept of the "Green Buildings" Magazine comes from the necessity to unite efforts of architects, developers and builders to create essentially new architecture, which would not harm the environment. Modern buildings should not spend excessive water and energy on the contrary, they could become a source of these resources.

The implementation of green construction standards happens worldwide, and Russia can't stand aside. But we are still at the very beginning, the birth of a new world, new ethical standard - slow process, but still inescapable. The magazine aims to introduce professionals in architecture, engineering and construction experience with the world of green building, new projects and developments in this area. This will help formation of ecological vision of the future at professional circles, as well as legislators and heads of executive authorities. On our joint efforts depends, in what cities will live our children and the grandsons, what air they will breathe and what kind of water will drink.

We strongly believe that our common future - it's a green architecture.  More


Kindergarten for Active Children

Japanese architectural firm HIBINOSEKKEI + Youji no Shiro, specializing in the design of preschool institutions, rebuilt an old decrepit kindergarten located at Izumi city in the south of Osaka. Izumi is a city which manufactures the textile as the main industry from long time ago.

The Shelter of Peace and Tranquility

In the heart of the Northern California wine country sits a charming small town Sonoma surrounded for miles by the quintessential landscape of rolling, golden hills and rows of grapevines. Climb a nearby winding country road and one finds a scenic survey of the entire region.

House on… a Stalk

At first glance, this house in Prague may look like a fanciful and whimsical work of art with little regard for practicality, but a deeper inspection reveals that careful computer modeling and budgeting actually informed its unusual design.

Library in Maple Dress

Murado & Elvira Architects transforms an old 17th century hospital into a municipal Library, enveloping the inner structure in maple wood to accommodate readers while offering a sense of coziness and domesticity.

A Globe for Our Times

Hardelot Elizabethan Theatre by Studio Andrew Todd revealed as the winner of the prestigious Wood in Architecture Award. Designed Paris-based British office Studio Andrew Todd, the Elizabethan theatre is located in the grounds of the historical castle Chateau d’Hardelot near Calais on the Cote d’Opal, northern France. The Elizabethan Theatre is France’s first permanent neo-Shakespearean theatre, its first naturally-ventilated complex arts building and the world’s first all-curved, exposed CLT building

Speed at Height

This July marks the 25th annual Festival of Speed at Goodwood House in West Sussex, United Kingdom. The Festival of Speed is a major event in the world motorsport calendar, featuring the latest racers, championship drivers and incredible displays of classic cars. For these 25 years, British artist and designer Gerry Judah, has been commissioned to create the spectacular centerpiece sculpture for the event.

Comfort on Wheels

They are known for their expertise in housing construction, office buildings and open space design – AllesWirdGut, the architecture firm based in Vienna and Munich. In keeping with the travel season, we present today a project of completely different scale: NILS – the Motorhome by AllesWirdGut. 

Go Outside and Play!

The International Garden Festival in Grand-Métis, Canada, opens its 19th edition, and is having some fun. It’s fun for the designers – but mostly fun for visitors. The Festival continues its exploration of play with Playsages II – Go Outside and Play! Landscape architects, architects, artists and designers from across Canada and around the world responded to the call for proposals to imagine creative spaces.