More stories about Projects

  • 2012 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Project: University Classroom Building

    A LEED Platinum–certified classroom building in a nature preserve in Duluth, Minn., designed by Salmela Architect, incorporates Passive Haus design strategies to meet performance goals.

  • Small Houses Offer Big Payoffs

    These five tiny dwellings prove that good things come in small packages.

  • Native Appeal

    The Whitehorse project was constructed out of on-site materials including dirt and recycled telephone poles.

  • Modular Retreat

    This diminutive shelter can serve as a vacation house, yoga studio, or backyard office.

  • Living Large

    The Carriage House packs a lot of space, storage, and amenities into a tiny structure.

  • Nearly Net Zero

    An energy-efficient Passive House feels spacious and clutter-free.

  • AIA Announces 2012 COTE Top Ten Green Projects

    Office buildings and education facilities in the Pacific Northwest and the Southwest dominate the American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment’s 2012 Top Ten Green Projects.

  • Builders Honored for Energy-Efficient Projects

    Some of the nation’s most energy-efficient homes and their builders were honored as winners of the 2012 EnergyValue Housing Awards.

  • InterfaceFlor Commits to 2030 Challenge

    The late Ray Anderson’s pioneering company is the first product manufacturer to commit to the 2030 Challenge for Products and its carbon-reduction goals.

  • Carbon Footprints Mark 2030 Progress

    InterfaceFlor is the first manufacturer to commit to the 2030 Challenge for Products’ carbon-reduction goals.