From a sound-blocking luminaire made of post-consumer recycled content to a duo of Philippe Starck–designed eco-friendly chairs, these products pair healthy ingredients and strong design.Read More
The new standard from the National Center for Healthy Housing and the American Public Health Association provides recommendations to improve the health impacts and safety of exiting homes.Read More
Architerra believes that high-performance design strategies will become standard when all buildings display energy labels and the general public demands them.Read More
The nonprofit Greenwash Action launches with an open letter to the board of directors of the Green Building Initiative requesting that the organization strengthen its Green Globes system and cease negative attacks on LEED.Read More
Hanley Wood Sustainability Council members Vivian Loftness and Ellen Dunham-Jones explore the intersection of indoor environmental quality, sustainable communities, and health.Read More
Portland-based SERA Architects talks about prioritizing the user and how setting performance goals creates a culture of success.Read More
EHDD talks about how net-zero energy isn't a design goal; It's an operational goal that requires investment from the design team, owner, and users.Read More
The Senate votes not to proceed on the Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act, which would be the country's first major energy bill in seven years.Read More
Twenty organizations from the building, construction, and design industry sign on to promote resilience across their memberships.Read More
The "Happy" artist will no longer appear at the 2014 AIA National Convention in Chicago.Read More
Kiss + Cathcart, Architects calls for "productive" architecture that does more good than harm.Read More
Forget cookie cutter solutions. Site-specific sustainable responses are non-negotiable for Holst Architecture.Read More
President Obama wants $2 billion in energy efficiency investments, smarter appliances, and training to grow the solar industry. Federal agencies and the building industry pledge to help.Read More
Orcutt|Winslow's team talks about how you can take a good project to great by continuing to ask questions.Read More
Lake|Flato Architects has racked up a COTE Top Ten Green Project award every year since 2011. What's the firm's secret to success?Read More
Hanley Wood Sustainability Council members Steven Winter, FAIA, and Maureen Guttman, AIA, discuss the role of incentives and regulations in moving high-performance building into mainstream practice.Read More
In Grand Junction, Colo., Westlake Reed Lesoksky and The Beck Group aim to give the General Services Administration its first site net-zero energy facility on the National Register.Read More
Builders, architects, multifamily executives and affordable housing leaders told us how they feel about green building. Who is the most progressive group? We take a side-by-side look at their responses.Read More
Snow Kreilich Architects artfully inserts a high-performance Port of Entry into the Northern Minnesota landscape.Read More
In the fifth of six reports on what drives the decision-making process in high-performance building, we look at where Affordable Housing Finance's readers stand when it comes to green building.Read More
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