The Chicago Athenaeum and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies have announced the winners of the 2020 Green Good Design Awards.
For 2020, 100 product design, graphics, architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning projects, together with visionary leaders, were awarded Green Good Design. Under the banner, ‘Build A Better World Now,’ designs for buildings and products that emphasize the most advanced ‘Green Approach’ and the most sophisticated methods and technology to make the most positive impact on the environment were cited and awarded.
“This program dramatically indicates that the Green Movement is in full momentum worldwide-from Singapore to Vietnam to New York,” stated Christian K. Narkiewicz-Laine, Museum President, The Chicago Athenaeum. “Architects and designers are quickly developing more and more interesting solutions to meet a more sustainable future.”
This year, the program received hundreds of submissions from over 35 countries. A jury composed of The European Centre’s International Advisory Committee selected 100 new buildings and product designs from 20 nations as a new design direction for an even greater, more heightened awareness to protect the world’s natural resources and the manufacturing and end-user’s growing concerns for a healthy ecology and human environment. Conserve, reuse, retrofit, and recycle are prominent themes running across each awarded new product and building design.
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