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?
Multifamily projects that pass a green certification will be granted a 10-basis-point reduction
Photo: courtesy Mount Holyoke College
Taking energy-efficiency lessons from theory to practice by building a passive house
For the first time, industry professionals have the opportunity to be recognized across several awards programs for their green building accomplishments.
Applications to serve on the National Green Building Standard Committee will be accepted through April 6, 2014.
Four Oregon organizations come together to create “Net Hope—A Community Collaboration Supporting St. Charles Cancer Center and Zero Net Energy Homes.”
Research reveals most owners of green homes would purchase another.
Team Austria’s first place house featured two patios to balance interior and exterior living.
Team Austria receives top honors at the 2013 Solar Decathlon.
The city has already awarded three vacant city-owned sites on streets lined with old-line two- and three-family homes in the Roxbury and Jamaica Plain neighborhoods to teams of developers and architects.
KTGY Group, Inc., Architecture and Planning, has announced that AMLI Residential has received city approval for AMLI Uptown Orange, a 334-unit eco-friendly apartment community in Orange, Calif.
While special considerations were necessary in providing the heating and cooling systems for one of the first passive houses built in the U.S., mostly conventional materials were used for the building envelope.