Even though both these buildings above are basically opposite, I think of both when thinking about sustainability. The first one has an obvious green components which is obviously important. It is also energy efficient (helpful materials) and has what looks like some potential solar panels, green energy source, at the top (despite the small area). The second building is sustainable to me as it does not disrupt the environment around it. It is respectful and blends in. The materials are locally sourced and the design values the wonderful nature around it. To me, that is also sustainability (important when thinking about a site like the dish).
One product that didn't come up in these examples but is increasingly popular as a form of sustainable construction is wood. One technology that also comes to mind is Nest as it helps people use energy more efficiently and is a less expensive way (helpful especially for older construction that isn't adapted for sustainability).