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A group of Woolly Pocket planters can be put up in an afternoon. Each planter's hook requires one screw to hang.
The large patio leads to a newly landscaped back garden. An expansive glass wall promotes seamless indoor-outdoor…
“We sought to create a house that would not damage the environment and not be too visible,” says architect Tina…
One of the main goals of the construction was to do as little harm as possible to the existing environment, which…
The deck, fashioned from ipe, was built around one of the property’s many granite outcroppings. An earthen roof was…
Rainwater is collected from the rooftop of the Permanent Camping! Mudgee abode by Casey Brown, NSW, Australia. Photo by…
The kitchen and dining area opens onto a patio. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.
The Green School in Badung, Bali, Indonesia, by Effan Adhiwira, employs micro-hydro power, solar power, bio-diesel, and…
Covered with wire mesh, the green roof will continue to vegetate over time.
Resident Brian Whitlock saved some serious cash by taking on much of the construction and electrical work himself.
The relationship between interior and exterior becomes crucial in the articulation of the residence.
100 Contemporary Green Buildings, Volume 1 is available through Taschen
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