Home for Life wins design award

Home for Life has been awarded the international Green Good Design Award.

The CO2-neutral demonstration project Home for Life continues to generate international publicity. This time the energy efficient project has been awarded the international Green Good Design Award 2010 that celebrates the world’s leading sustainable architecture projects.
Home for Life is a result of a research and design development aimed at ensuring a necessary foothold in architecture in an anticipated low-carbon future and the sustainable project has created worldwide attention for being designed as the world’s first Active House.
The Green Good Design Award is awarded by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture, Art Design and Urban Studies and honours visionary architects, designers and developers for outstanding innovation and commitment in finding design solutions for a healthier and more sustainable global environment.