Kroll, Betsy
May 2009
Time;May2009 Style & Design, p25
The article discusses plans for three cities that incorporate ecologically-responsible designs. Tianjin in China will recycle waste heat from a local power plant, and will also emphasize green modes of transportation. Plans for towers at the Gwanggyo Power Center in South Korea call for their facades to be planted with vegetation.


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