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  • Green Construction

    Mitigating Our Risk in the Face of Climate Change

    Written by: Sarah Coull

    It was not an April Fool’s joke. On April 1st, the United Nations released their latest report on climate change....

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    Award Winning Dunedin Mews – Redefining Spaces in London

    Written by: Sarah Coull

    From Krystol Magazine Vol. 16|2 “Feature Story” In what was once a former brownfield site in the Streatham Hill area...

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  • Green Construction

    Sustainability, LEED & the Krystol line

    Written by: Sarah Coull

    We are proud to launch a new “Sustainability & LEED” section to our website this week, highlighting the green aspects...

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  • Green Construction

    Staying Grounded with Green Roofs

    Written by: Sarah Coull

    Visiting a friend’s condo in downtown Vancouver the other day, I was impressed by the buildings ability to use its...

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    MBS: A Slice of Hotel Evolution

    Written by: Sarah Coull

    This summer, the Vancouver Art Gallery is featuring an exhibit called Grand Hotel: Redesigning Modern Life. The exhibit charts the...

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  • Concrete Best Practices Green Construction

    Why Buy Concrete? Here are 5 reasons

    Written by: Sarah Coull

    29,800,000 trees (or 89,000 acres) are cut down every day as of a 2005 report from the United Nations Food...

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    Growing Buildings?

    Written by: Sarah Coull

    Have you ever liked the look of a building in the summer, yet found it to be out of place...

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  • Green Construction
    Build Green with Krystol Internal Membrane

    US companies turn focus to Green buildings

    Written by: Sarah Coull

    “Green Architecture” has been on the rise since the term’s initial use back in the 1990s. The past few years...

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