Hint: It’s not for cars.Read More
Dan Barasch's dream is to build the world's first underground park, and there's no location more deserving than New York City. Barasch and James Ramsey are developing the Lowline, an underground greenspace the size of a football field.Read More
The triennial competition awarded $330,000 to projects that the design jury determined as pushing the envelope of sustainability.Read More
These eye-catching floor coverings update time-tested designs and materials with vibrant colors and patterns. Read More
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Thanks to the elastic, efficient and eternal OLED, the future is looking mighty bright.Read More
Could a high-speed gondola be New York City's green solution to overcrowded subways?Read More
Sarah House Utah is a small, non-profit organization dedicated to implementing innovative, affordable housing solutions via shipping containers in the Salt Lake region.Read More
Big data could break down daily food consumption, calculate calorie intake and inform refrigerator restocking.Read More
A new ENERGY STAR score introduced by Fannie Mae enables multifamily building owners to compare performance to similar buildings based on data from more than 1,000 survey responses nationwide.Read More
According to recent studies at Cornell University, hotels that enable guests to stay green, also save green.Read More
Solar roads could bring highway maintenance and management to a new level, but is the controversial technology applicable on a grand scale?Read More
A new report from the US Census Bureau shows new homes have more bedrooms, bathrooms and big spaces than homes built in past decades.Read More
Award-winning prefabricated home manufacturer Deltec Homes has started construction on the first net-zero home from their Renew Collection.Read More
The Chicago Bears stole the 49ers' thunder on Sunday night with a 28-20 win in the first game to be played at LEED Gold certified Levi's Stadium.Read More
Architects are in a unique and impactful position in any community.Read More
Advancing sustainability initiatives at the local level.Read More
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Movoto identified places across the U.S. with a population of 40,000 to 61,000 and ranked them according to "joy-inducing criteria" including crime rate, income, home ownership, walkability, and other stress-related factors.Read More
These environmentally friendly finishes and systems promote daylighting, the use of recycled materials, and sound dampening.Read More
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