Cape Verde Built Environment

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Cape Verde Built Environment is a selection of articles and podcasts about green building, construction, biodiversity, and more in Cambodia.

Cape Verde Green Building History

Cape Verde Built Environment

Cape Verde Green Building History

Cape Verde's commitment to sustainable construction practices has earned it a reputation as a leader in eco-friendly architecture. Over the years, the island nation has implemented various green building techniques that have helped to minimize the negative impact of buildings on the environment. The principles of sustainability have been integrated into the architectural traditions of Cape Verde, resulting in a unique blend of modern design and traditional craftsmanship. From the […]

todayOctober 8, 2023

Cape Verde Biodiversity


Cape Verde Biodiversity: Animal and Plant Species and What Is Under Threat

Welcome to the fascinating world of Cape Verde biodiversity! In this article, we will explore the diverse animal and plant species that call this island country home, as well as the challenges they encounter. Cape Verde is known for its unique biodiversity and plays host to a wide variety of animal and plant species. The country has made significant progress in documenting and studying biodiversity but further research is needed. […]

todayOctober 4, 2023

Cape Verde Top Geen Buildings

Cape Verde Built Environment

Cape Verde Top Green Buildings Discovery

Welcome to the world of Cape Verde's top green buildings! Discover the awe-inspiring sustainable architecture and eco-friendly construction techniques that make this island country a leader in sustainable development. Cape Verde, an archipelago and island country in the central Atlantic Ocean, is known for its sustainable architecture and green buildings. Its recorded history dates back to the Portuguese discovery of the islands in 1458. The first settlements were established in […]

todaySeptember 22, 2023

Paz Architectura


Paz Architectura creates a stacked structure meant to reflect “basic concepts of time”

Paz Arquitectura created a compact mixed-use building in the middle of Guatemala's capital city with "strict geometry interlocked with constant movement". The 115,200-square foot (10,700-square metre) building known as AEME was completed in 2021. AEME is a mixed-use building "AEME tries to reflect the basic concepts of time," said studio founder Alejandro Paz. "Strict geometry interlocked with constant movement softens its rigorous formal shape, as time and nature do on […]

todayDecember 15, 2022