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  • HomerWood Reclaimed American Oak

    HomerWood Premium Hardwood Flooring has added 100% Reclaimed American Oak to its collection of flooring.

  • Merit Award: Labron Residence, Dallas

    A modern take on a treehouse, this home's second-level great room, window walls, and balconies keep residents connected to lush outdoor space.

  • Merit Award: The Incredibly Green Home, Chevy Chase, Md.

    Arts-and-Crafts details mingle with an abundance of healthy and efficient products in this top-rated infill home.

  • Smith & Fong Co. Sideways

    Sideways is Smith & Fong’s first venture into hardwood flooring.

  • Product Review: Cabinetry

    Cabinets are only as green as the sum of their parts.

  • Reclaimed Wood Countertops From Artisan Group

    Artisan Group. Reclaimed Heritage countertops are crafted with wood from old barns, factories, warehouses, textile mills, and other commercial buildings. The line includes heart pine, beech, chestnut, cypress, white oak, red oak, and red gum. 512.263.7625.

  • Certified Sustainable Wood Flooring From Terra Legno

    Terra Legno. The Fumato Soppalco line of FSC- and SFI-certified engineered wood flooring includes Aztec silver (shown), Mayan gold, and Inca bronze. The flooring has a micro-bevel edge, is 9/16 inch thick, and comes in three widths and random and fixed lengths. 800.393.7424.

  • Formaldehyde-Free Flooring from Smith and Fong

    Smith and Fong. Sideways, the company’s first line of engineered hardwood flooring, is available in indigenous American species of maple, beech, birch, cherry, and hackberry. The pre-finished flooring is urea formaldehyde–free, California Section 01350–compliant, and FSC-certified. The click-lock...

  • Creating An Olympic Hero

    Any 355,000-square-foot facility will have environmental impacts. The sheer size alone implies a drain on materials, natural resources, and local ecosystems. The Richmond Olympic Oval offers a new slant on large-scale design, however, as the speed skating venue for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in...

  • Wood Groups Dislike USGBC's Third Try To Write Rules on LEED Points

    FSC-US, SFI oppose plan for vastly different reasons.