Green Building Projects

All buildings use resources such as land, water, energy, materials and time to fulfill the functional needs of a space over an extended period of time and leave impacts on the environment. As such, there can be no buildings without environmental impact. However, buildings can be designed to keep the impact of buildings within the carrying capacity of the local environment.

In such cases, successive generations can continue to benefit the same quality of environment where they inhabit. Such buildings and the manner of construction and operation are called green buildings. A building is green when it is resource-efficient and fulfills the functional requirement of the space with minimum negative impact on the environment over the longest possible time.

We are documenting such attempts in India corresponding to different functional needs of spaces. Keep checking the page as we keep adding more and more case studies. If you know of other examples which could be added here. Please suggest in the comments column below and we will be happy to consider them.

Shriram Junior High School at Mawana
Deependra Prashad, Architects and Planners (DPAP) ,Team includes Deependra Prashad, Saswati Chetia
Samode Safari Lodge
Architecture by:Pradeep Sachdeva Design Associates
India Glycols Corporate Office
Architecture by: Morphogenesis
Pearl Academy of Fashion
Architecture by: Morphogenesis
Realization Community
Architecture by: Auroville Earth Institute
Vikas Community
Architecture by:
Satprem Maïni
Auroville Visitors Centre
Architecture by: Suhasini Ayer / Satprem Maini
Solar Kitchen - Auroville
Architecture by: Suhasini Ayer
Deepak Godhi and Associates
Architecture by: Deepak Godhi. R
Agilent Technologies
Architecture by: Sanjay Prakash & Associates
image Tapasya block for sadhaks
Architecture by: Sanjay Prakash, Manoj Joshi, RakeshSood
Development Alternatives World Headquarter
Architecture by: Ashok B Lall Architects and Development Alternatives Group