Embassy of Finland becomes first LEED Platinum-certified embassy in the U.S.
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Built in 1994 and designed by Finnish architects Mikko Heikkinen and Markku Komonen, the Finnish Embassy in Washington, D.C. became the first embassy in the U.S. to achieve an Energy Star award and gain LEED certification. Surrounded by a forest, the light-filled
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