A handful of sustainable features are now showing up in the typical single family home this year, according to the NAHB.
Survey respondents in McGraw Hill's latest SmartMarket Report show growth in green building from 2006 and 2011, and project a continued upswing in widespread adoption.
There are 150,000 LEED-certified housing units across the world, according to a new report. Is your state in the top 10 or the bottom 10 for the U.S.?
With 18-inch-thick walls, triple-paned windows and a lot of style, this Midwestern home is built energy efficient and green both inside and out.
From passive and resilient design strategies to interactive, high-performance facades, each of the 10 residential projects honored in the 2014 AIA Housing Awards tout high-performance features.
An Austin designer provides an efficient, accessible design for his multigenerational family.
A new report from the US Census Bureau shows new homes have more bedrooms, bathrooms and big spaces than homes built in past decades.
Nearly a quarter of single-family builders installed energy-producing equipment such as geothermal heat pumps and photovoltaics in new construction projects last year, according to NAHB.
The NRDC's Philip Henderson talks about the challenges and developments in sustainable building valuation and financing.
New study finds reductions in both indoor and outdoor water use.
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