LEED Gold offices for a Fort Worth insurance company: User-generated architecture from Environetics.Read More
A 1933 experiment in sustainable living is updated and improved, resulting in an affordable house with extreme resource-use reductions.Read More
Our editors' picks of high-performance building highlights from the past week.Read More
A California school centered on ecological instruction gets a sustainable makeover and addition from EHDD.Read More
ZGF Architects designs a flexible and sustainable government building that fosters workplace collaboration and a connection to the outdoors.Read More
Leading up to the 2013 U.S. Solar Decathlon in Irvine, Calif., Ecobuildingpulse.com is keeping tabs on the progress of several teams. In this installment, meet Team Capitol DC.Read More
With more clients demanding fact-based design, architects and builders increasingly will need to collect and analyze occupancy data on their projects. A recent study of DLR Group’s high-performance schools shows how a firm can benefit from this data collection. Read More
A KieranTimberlake-designed student housing project capitalizes on its sunny, breezy location.Read More
Re-use of a Neo-Georgian brick structure contributes to the new dance hall's LEED Gold rating: User-generated architecture from Bennett Benner Pettit Architects + Planners.Read More
A Mexico City office building aiming for LEED certification through water reclamation: User-generated architecture from Space.Read More
Rainwater helps maintain constant moisture on slime-covered walls to reduce interior heat gain: User-generated architecture from S2doA.Read More
An affordable housing development designed by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects transformed a vacant property into a community asset.Read More
A new home for the Seattle office of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reinvigorates a Superfund site.Read More
Union Wharf is a 281-unit, mixed-use development currently completing its LEED NC v3 Design submission process, and pursuing a high Silver LEED Certification: User-generated architecture from Hord Coplan Macht.Read More
Overall, the agency reports a significant increase in certified projects, with Los Angeles, Washington, Chicago, New York, and Atlanta ranking in the top five. Read More
Restoring and updating a 100-year-old building in Cleveland required vision and creativity.Read More
A new report calls for immediate examination of outdated and unhealthy educational facilities.Read More
The Brightwater Center demystifies the water treatment process for local students and the community.Read More
Carbon stored in this LEED Gold-certified Vancouver structure would be the equivalent of removing 415 cars from circulation for a year: User-generated architecture from Perkins+Will.Read More
Sustainable features include net-zero capability and flexible classroom design.Read More
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