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  • Remaking the Modern Design Mold

    The floor plan focuses on seamless indoor/outdoor connections, striking sightlines, and creating a sense of calm.

  • Common Codes Gradually Become Greener

    Thomas Kenney provides an insider's perspective on codes and standards, and the obstacles and opportunities we face on the road toward a carbon neutral building industry.

  • Across the Institute

    Las Vegas, Biskra, Algeria, St. Louis, Portsmouth, N.H. and Philadelphia.

  • Case Study: Water-Smart Homes, Las Vegas

    As part of an EPA study, Pulte Homes integrates water-efficient features into its Las Vegas production housing.

  • European Trends Heat Up American Kitchens

    Painted and exotic-wood cabinets, appliances boasting wireless connectivity, and hands-free faucets are some of the hot trends from overseas, says The Home Depot’s trend and design expert.

  • February 2011 e-Newsletter Editor's Note

    As I sat down to write this month’s Editor’s Note, I couldn’t help but feel a bit of green guilt as within hours, I would be on a plane, increasing my carbon footprint en route to what many would probably guess to be one of the most unsustainable places in the country: Las Vegas. Everything may be...

  • A Starting Point for Net-Zero Energy Buildings?

    An argument for using SIPs to help meet aggressive energy reduction goals.

  • The Week in Green: May 8-14

    A roundup of green building news including product introductions from Lightfair 2010 and the NAHB Green Building Conference, and reaction to the proposed Climate Bill.

  • Sustainability is a Golden Ticket in Las Vegas

    CityCenter is turning the desert playground of Las Vegas into a city of gold—LEED Gold.

  • That's Entertainment: Checking In With Sustainable Hospitality

    The hospitality industry has struggled to integrate sustainability into its properties, but savvy architects, builders and designers are changing the playing field.