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  • Three Exceptional Adaptive Reuse Projects

    These three projects from Architect's Project Gallery draw from history to create new inventive and useful structures that still maintain a close connection to their past, whether in design or ideology.

  • Afforestt Grows Urban Super-Forests Using Tiny Spaces

    By employing the same methodology as a car manufacturer's assembly line, engineer Shubhendu Sharma has created a system for urban mini-forests that can grow quickly and densely in a very small space.

  • Architecture Students Redesign Camping in California

    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.

  • The Holcim Foundation Names 13 Winners in North America

    The triennial competition awarded $330,000 to projects that the design jury determined as pushing the envelope of sustainability.

  • Top 10 States for Solar Capacity

    The solar revolution is upon us. Installations are high (Q114 solar installation numbers were the second highest in the history of the market), prices have decreased considerably, and people are starting to see the considerable savings.

  • 2014's Greenest Cities and States

    The 2014 U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index from research firm Clean Edge tracks clean tech progress by state, and in the 50 largest metro areas.

  • Nine Award-Winning Adaptive Reuse Projects

    These stunning adaptive reuse projects received recognition in the Remodeling Design Awards.

  • Honda Open Sources Smart-Home Design

    The auto and equipment maker releases nearly all of its “smart home” plans to the public.

  • Firm Profile: BNIM

    A frequent honoree in the AIA's COTE Top Ten Green Projects program, BNIM's talks about its mantra of "Rigor, Restraint and Resolve" and other factors that drive the firm.

  • Firm Profile: Westlake Reed Leskosky

    Westlake Reed Leskosky offers up advice on sustainability gleaned from turning an historic building into a showpiece of energy efficiency.