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  • A Healthy Future

    Inclusiveness is something we do for ourselves.

  • Needs and Deeds

    Design between architecture's practice and academy for areas in need.

  • August Legislative Update

    A North Carolina construction-debris ordinance and Indianapolis’ new green building incentives were some of the green legislative issues in the news last month.

  • Case Study: Modern Townhomes Bring Sustainability to Urban Indianapolis

    Redevelopment Group's six row-style condos boast efficiency, healthy indoor air, and skyline views.

  • Indiana Could Get 38,000 'Green' Jobs From Federal Action

    Jun. 19--Federal spending from the stimulus bill and proposed environmental legislation could create 38,000 jobs in Indiana, according to reports issued Thursday by a group of environmental-advocacy organizations.

  • Kimball International Receives 2009 "GREEN GOOD DESIGN" Award for Architecture; Indiana Showroom Noted for Sustainable, Environmentally Responsible Design

    Kimball International, Inc. (NASDAQ: KBALB) announced today that its flagship corporate showroom located in Jasper, Indiana, has been recognized by The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies together with The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, with...

  • Case Study: Indiana Home Is First Remodel Certified to the National Green Building Standard

    Flooded Munster, Ind., goes from soggy to sustainable.

  • 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.

  • Spray In-Place Insulation

    Most residential structures are insulated with fiberglass batts because they are a cheap source of added R-value. But there's more to insulation than R-value.