Top 5 greenest buildings in the world

October 25, 2022

Check out our list of the top 5 greenest buildings in the world! These buildings have been designed with sustainability in mind, and they offer some amazing features like solar panels and rainwater harvesting systems. So if you're looking to make your next building project more environmentally friendly, these buildings are a great place to start!


1. The Bullitt Center in Seattle, Washington is the greenest commercial building in the world. It has a rainwater harvesting system, composting toilets, and a green roof.

2. The Crystal at CityCenter in Las Vegas is the greenest hotel in the world. It has solar panels on the roof, LED lighting, and water-conserving faucets and showerheads.

3. The Masdar Headquarters in Abu Dhabi is the greenest office building in the world. It has a wind-powered cooling system and energy-efficient windows and insulation.

4. The Eden Project in Cornwall, England is the greenest tourist attraction in the world. It has rainwater harvesting systems and biomass boilers that use recycled wood chips to generate heat and electricity.

5. The National Stadium of Taiwan is the greenest sports stadium in the world. It has a rainwater harvesting system that recycles grey water for use in toilets and landscape irrigation


Justin Ankus

I'm Justin Ankus. I enjoy designing and curating experiences both virtually and in 3-dimensional reality. I have a Bachelor of Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology and currently practice professionally, but I also manage a few other ventures.
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