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Indian Green Building Council records one billion square feet of sustainable project space

The number of square feet of registered ‘green’ buildings in India has crossed the one billion mark The Hindu reported today. The Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) now has 1,505 projects that have been certified as sustainable of which 436 are residential properties.

Construction in India has seen a dramatic increase over the past few years with the WAN desk flooded with both concept and completed designs, the majority of which have green credentials at the forefront of their design. Examples include the Sanjay Puri Architects-designed Offices ’63 in Gurgaon, Delhi and CRN’s 247 Park in Mumbai.

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