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    SIPs manufacturer makes net-zero living possible at $150 a square foot.

  • SOM on Taking Timber Towers from Tall Tales to Reality

    Following the publication of its Timber Tower Research Project, the design firm known for building tall discusses how timber towers can lead to more sustainable cities and meet building codes.

  • VIDEO: Doug Bennett of Southern Nevada Water Authority

    Katie Weeks, editor-in-chief of ECOHOME and ECO-STRUCTURE magazines talks with Doug Bennett about the Southern Nevada Water Authority's conservation efforts.

  • 2012 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Project: Mercy Corps

    A historical landmark in Portland, Ore., is restored by THA Architecture into the new headquarters of a global relief organization.

  • Solar Secure

    Solar Secure is a solar-powered structure to support emergency-assistance stations, lighting, surveillance cameras, and Wi-Fi technology.

  • June 2011 E-newsletter Editor's Note

    ECO-STRUCTURE's May/June issue poses the question of how our space influences our overall wellbeing and I’m curious to see how our audience responds.

  • Waste Not

    A new Danish waste-to-energy plant outside of Copenhagen will double as a downhill ski slope.

  • Project Specs

    Green team and product and materials information for Eco-Structure's March/April feature stories.

  • Product Review: Daylighting & Skylights

    Light penetration deep into a home can boost comfort, livability, and energy efficiency. Here are strategies to strike the right balance.

  • Greenbuild 2010

    For those readers who could not attend the green building extravaganza in Chicago, here’s a brief look at some of show’s news.