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  • Indiana Development First to Achieve ANSI Certifications

    The Village in Burns Harbor offers certified homes, a walkable town center, and proximity to public transit.

  • Indiana Development First to Earn National Green Building Standard Certification

    A 60-acre neo-traditional community in Northwest Indiana is the first to earn the land development certification under the Standard.

  • Grapevine: January 2008

    During the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo recently held in Chicago, Christina Koch, eco-structure’s editor in chief, moderated a Q&A session with Ray Anderson, founder and chairman of Interface Inc., Atlanta. Nearly 200 people heard Anderson explain his motivation to make Interface’s...

  • Winery Leads to Nature

    By using simple, natural materials and blurring the lines between indoors and out, the Novelty Hill Januik Winery in Woodinville, Wash., connects wine enthusiasts to nature.

  • New Hampshire Home Demonstrates Off-the-Grid Living

    New Hampshire dwelling proves solar isn’t just for the Southwest.

  • Structural insulated panels are an energy-efficient framing alternative.

    Structural insulated panels are an energy-efficient framing alternative.

  • Structural Insulated Panels

    By now familiar to most builders, SIPs are made from expanded polystyrene (EPS) or polyisocyanurate rigid foam insulation sandwiched between two structural sheets of oriented strand board. About 12,000 homes were built with SIPs in 2002, according to the Gig Harbor, Wash.-based Structural Insulated...

  • Home Design With SIPs

    Paul and Peggy Dunckers' residence in Wilson, Wyo., is the kind of house you might expect a pair of architects to design for themselves: hip, budget-minded, energy efficient. The 1,900-square-foot farmhouse has exposed, split-faced concrete blocks, radiant heated concrete floors, geothermal heat...