The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
Home builders that have embraced green construction will be in the best position to reap the most sales in the new market.
We take a look at the results of this year’s survey and examine trends and changes from last year’s survey.
A community developer is using a mix of targeted advertising, direct mail, group presentations and guided tours to promote a green live/work project in northern California.
PATH deconstructs why the big picture proves green homes can be affordable.
Labor and resource-efficient construction techniques allow you to stay in the black while going green.
The U.S. Green Building Council established the Green Building Certification Institute to develop and administer programs aimed at improving green building practices and standards.
Every one of us faces a choice. Not just builders and architects and product manufacturers, but all Americans. All people. We have to decide if there are enough resources to support our present lifestyle.
James L. Bowyer, a professor at the University of Minnesota, is challenging the science – or lack of it – behind many widely used green building programs.
According to a 2007 study, half of environmental and government professionals are seeing an increased pace of brownfield redevelopment activity.
Michael Chandler is a proponent of the NAHB’s green building program, while Steve Glenn firmly believes in LEED for Homes. Metaphors fly as the two builders engage in a lively discussion about the pros and cons of the two national certification programs.