The Green House again won a prize
The Green House in Utrecht has again won prizes as a practical example for sustainable building. On Thursday 14 February 2019, the circular pavilion designed by cepezed won the public award of the Dutch Sustainable Building Awards 2019. The prizes were awarded during the Dutch Sustainable Building Congress in Leeuwarden.
Attendees from the industry could cast their vote via a digital voting round in the conference room. The visitors to the congress were able to choose from nine nominations for the public prize. They were most impressed by The Green House as a practical example of sustainable construction. The Green House was also nominated for 'the Golden Frog', the prize belonging to the 'Most sustainable project' category.
The Green House eventually won the audience prize with 34% of the votes. Home of the circular pavilion the municipality of Utrecht won 'the Circular Ring' in the 'Most sustainable municipality' category.
The Dutch Sustainable Building Awards are an initiative of the Sustainable Building Awards Foundation, in which abcnova, W / E advisers, FSC Netherlands and Sustainable Building have joined forces. The awards aim to promote sustainability in the built environment.
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