More stories about Reuse

  • Upward Mobility in Maine

    A thorough but cost-conscious remodel transforms an underachieving northern New England house into the star of its neighborhood.

  • As Green Codes Press Forward, Existing Housing Pulls Back

    Existing structures, outnumbering new housing nearly 300-to-1, continue to guzzle 22% of U.S. energy.

  • Evergreening

    Filling in the gaps between sustainability and preservation practice.

  • 2012 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Project: Music and Science Building

    The latest addition to Hood River Middle School in Hood River, Ore., designed by Opsis Architecture integrates permaculture education into a National Historic Landmark site.

  • The Vision for Reuse

    How we can elevate building materials reuse and recycling into standard practice.

  • Everitt & Schilling Re-Grained Line

    The Re-Grained line of decorative wood tiles are made out of old barn wood and cabinet scraps.

  • Habitat ReStore Resale Program

    Nonprofit operates more than 750 resale outlets that take in donations of reusable building materials and products.

  • Educating the 21st Century Construction Manager

    NewSchool of Architecture and Design’s Thomas-Mobley talks about how construction management plays a key role in delivering on the promise of sustainability.

  • Guest Perks

    Can motel retrofits offer an investor-friendly model for affordable housing?

  • Olde New England Granite

    Reclaimed granite from Boston's defunct Scollay Square police station and park is now available for reuse as building materials.