More stories about Landscaping

  • Raising the Barn

    Can a place that houses equipment to work the land be kind to its surroundings as well? De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop provides a simple, low-tech approach.

  • Project Specs: Teams, Materials, and Sources

    Projec teams, materials, and sources for ECO-STRUCTURE's January/Februray feature stories

  • Renew, Restore, Recycle

    In Oregon’s Willamette Valley, The Allison Inn & Spa aims to cultivate the well-being of its guests and its land.

  • Life as a Tree

    Ten years later, the Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies at Oberlin College continues to evolve, which is exactly what its designers intended.

  • Case Study: Green, Modern Farmhouse in Alabama

    Generations-old siting techniques and state-of-the-art energy modeling combine for a modern twist on the rural farmhouse.

  • Cirqa Waterfall Damask

    Waterfall Damask from Cirqa captures the richness of natural fibers through twelve saturated colors ranging from complex neutrals to mid-tones such as aqua to earth tones.

  • Accoya Solid Wood

    Accoya wood is a solid wood product for outdoor applications such as cladding, decking, and more.

  • Nine Elements of a Sustainable Campus

    A college president offers a look at the process of greening higher education from the administrative perspective.

  • Extra Credit On The Roof

    When a green roof fails to perform, a school starts over with a new, more appropriate, design.

  • Modular Planted Panels From ELT

    ELT. Consisting of modular planted panels, the EasyGreen Living Wall System provides for easy installation of a living wall. The panels angled cells hold soil and plants in place while creating maximum green surface area, the maker says, and the overall design allows water to move downward through...