Esha Chhabra is a freelance journalist who has contributed to Forbes, New York Times, Guardian, Economist, and Dwell. She resides in California when she's not in an airplane. She loves design that is considerate of the Earth.

A Professor Takes His Students Around the World to Build Modern Spiritual Monuments
A Washington, D.C.-based architecture professor takes his students to remote outposts to create modern structures steeped in...
Can Neglected Urban Waterways Like the Los Angeles River Become Thriving Greenways?
With new natural features and recreation opportunities, rivers in city centers across America are getting a chance to shine again.
Landscape Architect Kevin Shanley Wants to Reconnect Cities with Their Waterways
More than a half-century ago, Houston's flood-prone Buffalo Bayou was unceremoniously turned into a straight sluice to carry...
North Carolina Home Renovated with a Swiss Aesthetic in Mind
A couple channel their Swiss roots in the American South.