Visible Green: New material opportunities in sustainable design.Read More
How smart meters could make smarter buildings.Read More
Are architects unaware of their legal obligations under licensure, or are they simply negligent?Read More
In a net-zero economy, architecture will celebrate climate, culture, and region, balancing deep conservation with the dynamic embrace of natural conditioning.Read More
Recent droughts are a renewed wake-up call to thoughtful action.Read More
Moving building technology to the era of zero-energy buildings.Read More
Building science is critical to meeting 2020 energy-efficiency targets.Read More
To ensure energy-efficient buildings live up to their namesake, building owners and the government may begin expressing their expectations in legal documents.Read More
The Green Building Initiative's web-based certification system joins the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED program as an approved green building rating system for federal buildings.Read More
The winners of this year’s awards represent sustainable design and construction in the arenas of architecture, academia, journalism, and politics.Read More
Passing water through a filter of crushed concrete removes excess phosphorus and prevents the growth of unwanted plant life and algae, say researchers at the University of Southern Denmark.Read More
Data, and the technology behind it, makes cities better at building resiliency, increasing efficiency and heightening overall sustainability.Read More
Architecture students at the Cal Poly College of Environmental Design have revamped the traditional cabin to help the nontraditional camper get out to state parks in style.Read More
Watch as the Greenbuild LivingHome is assembled, insulated, and finished and learn more about the factory-built process from LivingHomes CEO Steven Glenn.View
London School of Economics students reimagine the obsolete phone booth.Read More
One Japanese construction firm thinks they can do it.Read More
Researchers at UC-Berkeley have developed a building membrane that self-regulates indoor temperature without the use of any energy.Read More
Big cities are going to start bursting at the seams, but this is good news to combat climate change.Read More
Michael Dedeo, who holds a PhD in chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley, will help the firm specify healthier products.Read More
This year's 48-person group includes Robin Guenther, FAIA, of Perkins+Will, as well as representatives from Atelier Ten, HKS, and Westlake Reed Leskosky.Read More
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