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Technology and design are the cornerstones of green building. As the world becomes more conscious of energy consumption and greenhouse emissions, architects and designers have a growing need to demonstrate cutting edge approaches to reduce the carbon footprint of new and existing commercial buildings.

New in 2012, MIPIM launched Building Innovation, a 280m² showcase pavilion, highlighting the most innovative initiatives in design, construction and management through a conference series and best-practice sharing sessions.  The pavilion showcased some of the most innovative solutions available to increase the value of real estate assets and to provide a vibrant knowledge-sharing hub.

Below is an edited version of the Keynote address on Building Innovation by architects Kim Herforth Neilseen, Tobias Nolte, Thomas Willemeit and Ma Yansong.

 

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Projects presented by Kim Herforth, 3XN Architects:

 

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Projects by Ma Yansong, MAD Architects:


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Top image credit : Photobank gallery


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Johannah Cantwell

Social Media Manager for all MIPIM and MAPIC real estate events worldwide.

1 Comment

  1. Smart design is exactly the right phrase to use. It shouldn’t just be about aesthetics anymore – or even space utilisation – but how the space is built, how the waste is managed in building the construction, and so on.

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