Green Solution House officially C2C-registrered

Green Solution House is now officially registered as Cradle to Cradle building. ’Cradle to Cradle – The Registry’ is a peer reviewed registry of Cradle to Cradle inspired elements for buildings.

Green Solution House is celebrated by The Regitry for integrating a variety of Cradle to Cradle elements:

 Green Spaces
- Enhance Water Quality, Healthy Materials (Material Re-Use)
- Integrate Renewable Energy
- Actively Support Biodiversity, Celebrate Conceptual Diversity with Innovation
- Water and soil balance

Materials General
- Integrate Biological Nutrients, Enhance Air Quality and Indoor Climate, Healthy Materials (Design for   Disassembly, Material Re-Use, Defined Intended Use Pathway)
- Celebrate Conceptual Diversity with Innovation

Energy (electric)
- Integrate Biological Nutrients
- Integrate Renewable Energy
- Celebrate Conceptual Diversity with Innovation
- Integrated clean energy production and carbon sequestration

Water System
- Integrate Biological Nutrients, Enhance Air Quality and Indoor Climate, Enhance Water Quality
- Celebrate Conceptual Diversity with Innovation
- Integrated water purification with living organisms

Intelligent indoor climate
- Positive Impact
- Interact with your room.
- Control the indoor environment in Smart Rooms.
- Integrated learning about resources
- Interactive art for the hotel

Professor Dr. Michael Braungart, co-founder of Cradle to Cradle writes about The Registry:

‘The registry is a celebration of the big beneficial footprint of building developments. I hope you enjoy the wonderful examples being introduced in this registry and I encourage everybody to send their best achievements’. There is great diversity among buildings globally, so it is unfair to rank them against each other. Instead of ranking it, our aim is to celebrate outstanding C2C inspired elements’

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Photocredit: Adam Mørk, from D/A #25 by VELUX.

2016.05.19

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