The experimental net-zero-energy residence produced more energy than it consumed during its year-long test period.Read More
A salvage yard on Chicago’s northwest side, whose product line was featured in our June issue, finds new uses for landfill-bound building materials while providing job training.Read More
A bog isn't the top choice of locale for a permanent structure, but here's now Snow Kreilich Architects capitalized on such as site for a new port of entry.Read More
Resiliency and high-performance drive Westlake Reed Leskosky and The Beck Group's renovation of the historic Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and Courthouse.Read More
The Boy Scouts of America get a treehouse like no other thanks to Mithun.Read More
The second version of the sustainable ratings system designed for landscapes is now available for widespread use.Read More
There are 150,000 LEED-certified housing units across the world, according to a new report. Is your state in the top 10 or the bottom 10 for the U.S.?Read More
Rather than tuck a campus power plant away in a corner, Architerra makes a combined heat and power plant a key component.Read More
Behnisch Architekten and Ayers Saint Gross anchor a new law center at the University of Baltimore on an atrium that acts as an engine for ventilation, daylighting, and social interaction.Read More
BNIM's Director of Design reflects on the 25 years since architects tasked the industry with addressing the environment.Read More
A smart thermostat, acoustical panels, and a sleek luminaire pack sustainable ingredients for display.Read More
SERA Architects and Cutler Anderson Architects turn a 40-year-old energy hog into an energy-efficient showcase thanks, in large part, to a creative facade treatment.Read More
EHDD's net-zero design for this California foundation actually logged net-positive energy performance its first year. We look into how it did it.Read More
The Farris family, along with their builder Hammer & Hand, share the decisions and details that went into realizing their 3,600-square-foot energy-efficient home.View
Kiss + Cathcart, Architects' design for this Brooklyn, N.Y. park provides a model on how to better manage stormwater runoff.Read More
BNIM’s past COTE Top Ten winner in Des Moines nabs new honors for surpassing its already ambitious energy efficiency goals with a little help from the building’s occupants.
We're counting down 30 days to the AIA National Convention in Chicago on June 26 to 28, with 30 things to do to get ready, to do while there, or that the Windy City have to offer.Read More
Holst Architecture takes the triple bottom line of economy, environment, and equity to heart at a new homeless center in Portland, Oregon.Read More
Lake|Flato Architects and Orcutt|Winslow reconnect ASU's student helath building to the campus's pedestrian spine.Read More
Are Atlanta, Detroit, and Miami set to put car-dependent development in park and pull forward as the new leaders of walkable urban development?Read More
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