Portland-based THA Architecture renovated a hundred-year-old rubber stamp factory into a LEED Silver workspace.Read More
Tony Budden build a house out of hemp. What did it take and what could it mean for home building?Read More
A criticism of a 2013 report by MIT's Center for Advanced Urbanism.Read More
If Guangzhou had the same density as Seoul, it could accommodate another 4 million more people on top of its current 15 million.Read More
Walk into Brookfield Residential's Midtown Residence Eight, just outside of Denver, and your first thought likely won't be "this is a green home."Read More
While a new law does not ban the green building rating system, the Palmetto State pushes back on LEED’s material disclosure credits.Read More
Lynn Richards will succeed John Norquist as the organization's leader on July 1.Read More
From health care facilities to offices, these surfaces offer aesthetics and function.Read More
The latest in 3D printing is creating entire houses.Read More
Harvard scientists have figured out a way to produce structural color.Read More
Could the finalist teams of a multi-stage design competition have the answer to building resilient infrastructure around New York?Read More
We’re marking the year’s biggest celebration of the environment with a look at why a commitment to green building matters.Read More
Since 2002, the U.S. has increased its installed solar photovolatic capacity by a factor of 200. Which cities are leading the way?Read More
For the sixth year in a row, Los Angeles reigns supreme in the EPA's ranking of the the most commercial Energy Star building certifications earned in a year for the country's top 25 cities. The EPA also ranked mid-sized and small cities.Read More
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