Passive house high-rises provide cleaner air, lower utility costs, and an affordable option for tenants.
The new book The Art of Earth Architecture explores one of the oldest—and most ecologically sensitive—building techniques.
The Arkansas city’s sustainability push is as much about lifestyle and livability as it is about long-term planning.
A residential version of the water-generating panels was unveiled at a consumer tech show last week.
A new book explores what we can learn from people who have mastered living with the land for millennia.
Built on a 53-acre farm, the Flat House takes advantage of the property’s biggest resource—hemp.
The electric vehicle maker emphasized design for its fast growing workforce.
A new kind of 3D-printed house is currently taking shape in Italy, and it’s equal parts elegant and bare bones.
The tinted skylights run above the main hallway and cast a warm rainbow of colors along the way.
The city is committing to set "ambitious" targets in the next two years.
CopenHill converts waste into clean energy and serves as a recreation center.
MarinaTex is flexible like virgin plastic, but its bio-based makeup means it can be tossed in the trash and will degrade in four to six weeks.
HomeNZ is a competition-winning three-bedroom home design that’s all about optimal insulation.
Katerra’s new high-tech Washington factory utilizes AI in bid to build smarter and faster.
Arcadia Earth is an immersive installation that tells the plight of the planet in the form of 15 photo-ready rooms.
Snøhetta’s Powerhouse Brattørkai captures solar energy during long summer days and stores it for winter.
The domed capsule is the brainchild of naval architect Jean-Michel Ducancelle, who was inspired by the floating saucer in the 1977 Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me.
The city just announced that it would begin harnessing waste heat from its Northern line to warm up offices, community centers, and homes in the borough of Islington.
Energy storage built into Utah’s Soleil Lofts will function as a renewable backup for the power grid.
The farm will be home to more than 30 different species of plants that will grow vertically with aeroponic farming, a method that uses nutrient-filled mist to nourish the produce.
The signals will help make the lines safer during severe weather events
City officials sought to bolster local bee health by topping over 300 bus stops with greenery.
The single-level house, which cost approximately $375,000 to build, can withstand winds of up to 326 mph.