What’s a wigwam you ask? A lesson in net zero everything.Read More
A house designed to be net-zero raises all kinds of questions about the choices designers are making.Read More
At the Solar Decathlon, the Team Norwich Delta T-90 Home is a fortress of energy saving techniques that combine a fine home that is affordable and sustainable.Read More
This residential project may be first of its kind in the District to achieve the extreme end of energy efficiency.Read More
Hassalo on Eighth is mean to provide everything one needs to live comfortably inside the neighborhood.Read More
The cost premiums associated with LEED certification depend on a project’s size and when sustainable design principles are incorporated, according to a new report from Perkins+Will.Read More
Landon Bone Baker's renovated SRO affordable housing project gives recently homeless residents access to supportive services and urban agriculture.Read More
UNC Charlotte blends interior and exterior spaces of its UrbanEden house, designed as an infill project in downtown Charlotte.Read More
An evaluation of the Bank of America Tower's energy use and green building certification is a bit more complicated than the one-dimensional headlines may suggest.Read More
The Stanford Solar Decathlon team's approach to its Start.Home values creativity as highly as efficiency, with the goal of eliminating cookie-cutter houses.Read More
Team ASUNM aims to incorporate as many sustainable practices as possible into a home for an active older couple. Read More
Santa Clara Solar Decathlon Team incorporates the values of efficiency, economy, and elegance into its Radiant House.Read More
Team Kentuckiana's focus is on quickly deployable disaster relief housing.Read More
Team PEAK will integrate wood-paneled SIPs with a green roof and a living wall to produce an Appalachian rustic smart home.Read More
Team Austria designed LISI, a prefabricated, eco-friendly, modular home designed to be easily transported in standard shipping containers.Read More
Team Middlebury aims to create the residence of the future, with economic, environmental, social, and sustainable concerns in mind.Read More
Team Capitol DC, composed of students of various disciplines from three Washington, D.C. universities, proposes a house for a wounded war veteran built of materials harvested naturally, be they reclaimed wood or solar rays.Read More
Team USC merges smart home technologies with California bungalow aesthetics to produce a net-zero housing prototype for sustainable living.Read More
Stevens Team's Ecohabit House is split into wet and dry modules, with smart sensors that compile data both from users and the outside environment.Read More
The living wall at the Palace Hotel will capture rainwater, improve air quality, regulate the temperature inside the hotel, and reduce urban flooding.Read More
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