Originally published by Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design
The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design announced this week the winners of the 2016 GREEN GOOD DESIGN Awards. Two Overland projects, the Gucheng Lake Master Plan and Hughes Warehouse Adaptive Reuse (Overland Partners Office), were among those recognized for the best of sustainable urban planning and architecture. Architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning projects, product, packaging, and graphic designs from over 20 nations were awarded with GREEN GOOD DESIGN 2016, representing the world’s most important manufacturers and design firms and leading FORTUNE 500 corporations that are forwarding a new emphasis on a more sustainable design and environment worldwide.
GREEN GOOD DESIGN’s goal is to bestow international recognition to those outstanding individuals, companies, organizations, governments, and institutions—together with their products, services, programs, ideas, and concepts—that have forwarded exceptional thinking and inspired greater progress toward a more healthier and more sustainable universe.
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