Green Architecture, Cheshire County, NH
An approach to architecture that minimizes its effects on the environment.
Green architecture is a form of building that reduces the harmful effects new construction projects can have on the environment, as well as on human health. When you work with a “green” architect, they will attempt to protect water, air, and earth by selecting eco-friendly construction practices and building materials during the design phase.
The ultimate purpose of any green architecture building is to create plans that are fully sustainable. Although most green buildings are not fully sustainable at present, many of these homes and buildings include features such as the following:
- A ventilation system that allows for efficient cooling and heating
- The implementation of plumbing fixtures that allow for water saving
- Energy-efficient appliances and lighting throughout the home
- Landscaping design that features native vegetation
- Alternative energy power sources, like wind power or solar power
- The efficient use of space
If you want your next home or building to feature the concepts of green architecture, work with the office of Paul B. Clark, Architect. Paul B. Clark is an award-winning, experienced architect who focuses on the principles of sustainable design when working on houses and other structures built throughout the Cheshire County, New Hampshire area.
He would be happy to answer any questions you have about green architecture and what it means to live in a “green” building. For more information or to set up your initial consultation with Paul B. Clark, reach out to his office today.
Paul B. Clark, Architect, provides green architecture services for clients throughout New Hampshire, including Dublin, Harrisville, Keene, Jaffrey, Milford, Concord, Peterborough, New Castle, Hancock, Manchester, Hampton, Hampton Falls, and Cheshire County, New Hampshire, as well as Boston, Milford, and Worchester, Massachusetts.