10 Ways to Create an Uplifting Vertical Garden
Creating a living green wall, also known as a vertical garden, is a refreshing, innovative, and eco-friendly way to bring color...
A Green, Lean, and Customizable Cardboard Prefab
Live, work, or vacation in an eco-friendly, mobile cardboard prefab.
All Your Questions Answered About LEED For New Homes
You may have heard the term LEED used to describe “green” or “sustainable” buildings.
Focus on Feldman Architecture’s Environmentally-Conscious Homes
Meet the San Francisco architecture firm that is spreading the green gospel through thoughtful, collaborative work that champions...
10 LEED-Certified Homes For the Win
With approximately 1.85 million square feet being certified daily, LEED certification has become the most widely-used third-party...
Spotlight on Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects and Their Work in the Hamptons
Since we launched our new Add a Home feature, the community has shared numerous incredible modern dwellings from all over the...
Craving the conveniences of city life, a couple sidle over to Seattle from the countryside without compromising their love of the...
Ever Wanted to Stay in a Cave That’s Actually Pretty Modern Inside?
Homes built under the earth or into the sides of mountains have been a part of our culture since the prehistoric days.
These 10 Green Roofs Bring Life—and So Much More—to These Modern Structures
A living, breathing roof offers so much more than just a bright, soft, refreshing surface.
A Sustainable "Case Study" House in California
A Southern California architect approaches his family home as an experiment in sustainable design.
Yes, It Is Easy Being Green
Alternative materials help a house in California’s wine country tread lightly on the land.
LEEDing the Way
One day last April there was great excitement on Highland Avenue, a quiet, hilly street (on which this writer happens to live) of...
Six Concrete Boxes Make a Jaw-Dropping Martha's Vineyard Home
Despite being set in concrete, an idyllic modular retreat is built to go with the flow.
Sustainability in Stages
"Personally, I’d rather be living outside,” says architect David Hertz.
Garden Pavilion, Seattle
When the Zimmerman family settled in Seattle, Washington, in the late 1990s they bought a 1,100-square-foot Craftsman built in...
The Vision of Renzo Piano
As we look forward to the new rising stars of architects, it is equally important to acknowledge existing work of seasoned...
Cal Academy's Green Credentials
Photo © Tim Griffith/CAS Everything from the meals to the materials are green at the California Academy of Sciences, opening...
Angular Modern Beach House in Florida
Tour the family-friendly, LEED-certified, modern Seagrape House designed by husband-and-wife team Traction Architecture in Anna...
The First LEED for Homes–Rated House in Utah
In the land of large mountain lodge wannabes, two California natives tuck Utah’s first LEED for Homes–rated house onto the side...
A Quintessential Midcentury Home Goes LEED Platinum
Architect Michelle Kaufmann transforms a 1965 home into a paragon of sustainability.
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