NUIG goes green for design gong

Building is a collaboration between Dublin-based Reddy Architecture + Urbanism and Boston firm Payette Architects

12th June, 2016
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NUIGs new bioscience building has won a top international award for sustainable architecture

We are perhaps better known in the United States for our alleged “40 shades of green”, but Ireland’s green architectural credentials added another shade to the spectrum last month when NUI Galway’s Biosciences Research Building was awarded one of the prestigious Top Ten Design Awards for Sustainability by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and its Committee on the Environment (COTE).

The building – the result of an architectural collaboration...

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