Two designers actively engaged in New York City's resiliency efforts following Hurricane Sandy talk about the importance of addressing water surges with design.Read More
Philadelphia architecture firm takes a data-driven approach to its sustainable designs.Read More
"Implementing highly sustainable strategies often runs into code or policy road blocks that require a significant political effort."Read More
The Milwaukee architectural firm's collaborative process is centered on sustainable outcomes.Read More
San Francisco firm EHDD calls for dramatic changes in architectural design.Read More
New England’s first residential hospice adds energy-efficient and universal design features.Read More
Can buildings of the future might be used for "systemic" roles: say, generating power, or reusing garbage? Or, as in the designs here – cleaning up the air.Read More
The Zero Net Energy Center is considered the first renovated commercial building in California to achieve zero-net energy.
A new retirement home for members of the armed forces features artifacts from a former facility devastated by Hurricane Katrina: User-generated architecture from URS.Read More
A new Sangren Hall adds space while reducing energy consumption: User-generated architecture from SHW Group.Read More
The GSA has transformed an outdated structure into a model high-performance office building.Read More
Infill lots give clients the dual advantage of great location with the space and amenities of a custom house. Read More
Evidence shows that student health is improved by sustainable design.Read More
This certified LEED Gold standard project is a modernist building inspired by and paying homage to the distinctive character of the architecture of Toronto’s financial core: User-generated architecture from WZMH Architects.Read More
A Swedish architecture firm has proposed plans to retrofit a Stockholm landmark with appendages, or "hairs," that capture wind and covert it to energy.Read More
The three-bedroom home is a model of self-reliance, from rooftop solar panels and a rainwater treatment system to a waste composter installed in the basement.Read More
A detailed approach brings Passive House efficiency to a tight infill lot in Salt Lake City.Read More
A 100-year-old home was carefully and sustainably restored to its original charm.Read More
The LEED-Platinum affordable residential project features solar hot water, a tight thermal envelope, and Bay Friendly-certified landscaping.Read More
A free web site from McGill University helps building pros and homeowners select sustainable materials.Read More
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