More stories about Structure

  • Judging Sustainability and Design

    Should competitions recognize projects for their sustainable attributes?

  • The ZEROprize

    The ZEROprize is open to design teams that use re-skinning and other retrofitting technologies on an older concrete high-rise structure to reduce its carbon, water, and energy footprint to net-zero while also maintaining high architectural design standards.

  • September eco-structure News

    Read about the latest news and events in the green-building industry.

  • Sustainable Medical Center to Bolster Sri Lanka's Economy

    Embassy Medical Center is part of a joint effort between the Sri Lankan government and Silvermere Hospitals Group.

  • 150 Boylston St.

    The Piano Row Residence Hall, Student Center and Athletic Facility concentrates three vital components of student life in one structure that complements the urban character of the street.

  • Eco-Structure Recognizes Evergreen Awards Winners

    In conjunction with the recent Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, eco-structure hosted a cocktail party at Parris at Ned Devine’s in Boston’s Faneuil Hall Marketplace to recognize the winners and judges of its inaugural Evergreen Awards program.

  • Lasting Impacts of the Green-building Industry

    Editor in chief Christina Koch takes a stroll down memory lane.

  • Reaffirm Lifelong Bonds

    Eat, drink and be green while reaffirming bonds with the Earth and with friends.

  • Hybrid-ventilation System's Performance Analyzed

    Judson University, Elgin, Ill., underwent a post-occupancy review to determine whether the hybrid-ventilation-system design is effective.

  • Art Museum Upgraded

    Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, upgraded its Bowdoin College Museum of Art to care for its valuable art collection.