Leave it to us, George

The triangular form of Foster’s Hearst hq dramatically reduced the use of steel. For the client, the main driver for sustainability was to improve employees’ environment.

Pressure is mounting in the US to design buildings that are more sustainable. But as American architects haven't yet got their act together on green technology, it leaves UK architects the chance to clean up.

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