In episode six of the Green Shortz series, our host Tom Mills and builder Luis Imery of The Imery Group, discuss the issues surrounding below-grade drainage.Read More
In episode five of the Green Shortz series, our host Tom Mills and builder Luis Imery of The Imery Group, discuss the issues surrounding below-grade drainage.Read More
In episode four of the Green Shortz series, our host Tom Mills and builder Luis Imery of The Imery Group, discuss the use of an ERV in the home.Read More
In episode three of the Green Shortz series, our host Tom Mills and builder Luis Imery of The Imery Group, discuss the choice of a mini split HVAC system.Read More
In episode two of the Green Shortz series, our host Tom Mills and builder Luis Imery of The Imery Group, discuss the advanced framing techniques used in the home.Read More
With homes like these, is the U.S. market for Passive House certification, which is characterized by air-tight construction, growing?Read More
Go on site during the construction of an EarthCraft home in Atlanta in the first segment of a 12-part video series.Read More
The AIA has announced its 2014 Honor Awards, and we've highlight a few of the sustainable strategies that should catch your eye.Read More
Continuing our year in review, we've tracked clicked to gather some of the most-ogled projects of 2013. Here are 10 projects you loved.Read More
A Minneapolis firm designs for resiliency and human experience rather than purely performance. Read More
Canadian firm Diamond Schmitt Architects aims to create adaptable buildings that serve clients for the long term.Read More
International engineering firm Buro Happold integrates sustainability into every aspect of design.Read More
A conservation philosophy resonates in the designs of this polycentric firm.Read More
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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
UNC Charlotte blends interior and exterior spaces of its UrbanEden house, designed as an infill project in downtown Charlotte.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
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