Top 10 green architecture projects of 2011

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Each year the AIA's Committee On The Environment (COTE) honors the best new sustainable architecture projects with a series of awards. These top-notch winners were chosen based on their reduced environmental impact as well as their positive contribution to their communities. The jury selection covers everything from mixed-use residential projects to schools, churches, offices and even a giant green-roofed convention center - read on for a look at this year's top projects!

   Vancouver Convention Centre West, Vancouver, British Columbia


Vancouver Convention Centre West

Vancouver Convention Centre West

The LEED Platinum Vancouver Convention Centre is well-known for its large green roof, but it also deserves major props for its commitment to energy efficiency, the community, and the area's waterways and salmon. The project includes an artificial reef to guide salmon around the perimeter of the development.

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