List of sustainable buildings

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* [[Oakleigh East house]], Melbourne, solar array * [[Oakleigh East house]], Melbourne, solar array
* [[Prahran house]], Melbourne * [[Prahran house]], Melbourne
 +* [[Portland Energised House]], Portland Vic
* [[Queen Victoria Market]], Melbourne * [[Queen Victoria Market]], Melbourne
* [[St Kilda Ecohouse]], Melbourne * [[St Kilda Ecohouse]], Melbourne
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== United Kingdom == == United Kingdom ==
 +* [[Crossways Eco Arch house]]
* [[Zero emissions house UK]] * [[Zero emissions house UK]]
 +* [[Micro Compact Home]] and across Europe
== France == == France ==
* [[Musée du quai Branly]] * [[Musée du quai Branly]]
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 +== Italy ==
 +* [http://www.0-co2.it/casa%20G-M-edilizia-sostenibile-Capo%20di%20Leuca.htm bioclimatic architecture], 0-co2 ARCHITETTURA SOSTENIBILE - Bart Conterio architetto - Lecce, Italy
==United States== ==United States==

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Building sustainable houses is an important action we can take to reduce our impact on the environment. Details on some sustainable houses can help generate ideas for others and demonstrate what can be achieved.

See also: Gallery and map of green buildings

Contents

[edit] Australia

Artist impression of new Melbourne convention centre
Artist impression of new Melbourne convention centre

[edit] Germany

[edit] United Kingdom

[edit] France

[edit] Italy

[edit] United States

  • La Casa Verde, San Francisco, California, 5kW solar array and wind turbine
Far Niente winery 400kw array
Far Niente winery 400kw array

[edit] Asia

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