It's called Park 20/20 and can be considered to all intents and purposes the first urban commercial district of Holland made in the name of full sustainability . A project carried out according to the concept "from cradle to cradle", or "cradle to cradle" to emphasize the sustainable management of the entire life cycle of buildings in addition to the resources used for their construction.
Park 20/20 was built by architect William McDonough, a true guru of green building worldwide, and author of the famous NASA's super sustainable campus.
A truly revolutionary design, able to turn it into an instrument at the service of the environment according to the principle that "anything can be a resource, using renewable energy and celebrating biodiversity."
To give life to the Dutch project, McDonough has therefore chosen a design that can empower employees of structures, such as through the architecture of the buildings become true ambassadors of sustainability. Park 20/20 is only a few kilometers from Amsterdam, consists of six building already headquarters of some multinational companies and has already received several awards due to its originality .