Beginning with the Fall 2016 issue, Green Building & Sustainable Strategies transitions into something we feel is more appropriate – Green Building + Architecture.
The decision to shake things up a bit makes perfect sense to us. Since the magazine’s inception, we have steadily forged solid relationships with key international architectural figures.
In past issues, for example, we have featured a veritable who’s who of renowned architectural firms from Canada and around the world, including Frank Gehry, Vince Callebaut Architectures, James Law Cybertecture, MVRDV, MAD, RAFAA, Gentler, Heatherwick Studio, WZMH Architects, Buro Ole Scheeren, Farrow Partnership Architects, Superkul Inc, Arquitectonica, Castro Melo Arquitectos, Asymptote Architecture, Steven Holl Architects, B+U Architects, BIG, Richard’s Architecture & Design, J. Mayer H. Architects, Studio Nicoletti Associate, Atenastudio, LAVA, Studio 505, Cachoua Torres Camilletti, Wilkinson Eyre Architecture, Giancarlo Zema, ZAS Architects, Sou Fujimoto, Spark and Ateliers Jean Nouvel
More and more, we found our editorial themes revolving around sustainable architecture and our bread and butter – the green construction industry. So that will continue. We’ll have the same informative profiles across all building sectors in Ontario, Canada and the world.
We will still present in-depth news and features about the industry’s many innovations, everything from new green building materials and architectural breakthroughs, to the latest regulatory challenges and business trends.
And, yes, we will still engage thinkers and industry players as we explore recipes for success.
We hope you’ll carry on with your support for what we bring to the table, and embrace the new, improved format where we’ll provide even more emphasis on sustainable architecture; construction where only renewable resources are utilized throughout the process of design, construction and operation.
We’ll continue to invite all architects to submit their sustainable projects for publication. And we look forward to featuring some of the most notable architects and their work, where the focus is on reducing environmental footprints. Enjoy.