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Sustainable from the Bottom Up Green Material Guide #infographic

Why Build Green? – Infographic

Why build green homes? Green building is smart building. Aside from their obvious benefit to the environment, green buildings deliver financial savings, are more comfortable, healthier, return higher productivity rates and have higher resale values.

Contemporary timber clad house on the west coast of Scotland | Design Hunter

A Scottish architectural road trip

House at Camusdarach Sands near Mallaig by Raw Architecture Workshop. Contemporary timber clad house on the west coast of Scotland

The best examples of eco-friendly domestic architecture from around the world

New Eco Homes - in pictures

Green horizons: new materials, new technology and new thinking inspire houses like this one, the Ice House in Reykjavik.

Five Sustainable Building Materials that could Transform Construction | Sustainable Cities Collective

Current mainstream building methods are unsustainable, producing large amounts of both during construction and throughout a building’s life. Thankfully, sustainability is becoming a priority fo…

Ha house 2 sustainable architecture by Vo Trong Nghia

Sustainable Architecture Showcased By 10 Houses That Also Have Green Spaces

Stacking green / Vo Trong Nghia + Daisuke Sanuki + Shunri Nishizawa one of my favourite small site home projects stairs Architeture greenspace

With LEED-certified sustainability on the top of their list, a couple sets the bar for their new Los Angeles home.

For the Highest Green Honor, One Couple Pulls Out All the Stops

A landscape of native grasses designed by GSLA Studio complements the raw textures of the concrete-and-ipe front facade.

garden room sustainable timber self build north yorkshire oak exterior view architecture

A Gardener's Room - A new garden room extension to a rural property in North Yorkshire UK developed as a low cost self build structure.

Lightweight structures and sustainable architecture by  Nick Hancock

Lightweight structures and sustainable architecture by Nick Hancock Would need to be reversed for Australia

Green Technology Showroom | vertical grass wall and roof

CR Land Guanganmen Green Tech Showroom l Located on the central lawn of a residential compound, the Green Technology Showroom is made of a recyclable steel structure that does not retain heat. The vertical grass paneling system provides insulation.

The Exbury Egg is a floating, wooden, sustainable, energy efficient pod that will serve as home to artist Stephen Turner for a year.

The Exbury Egg is a floating, wooden, sustainable, energy efficient pod that will serve as home to artist Stephen Turner for a year. Smaller designs take up less space. Natural lighting helps with costs.

Super Trees. Horiculture project in Singapore. Eighteen trees, eleven are built w/environmentally sustainable materials. The trees will use solar energy. Architects: Wilkinson Eyre  and Grant Associates.

Horiculture project in Singapore. Eighteen trees, eleven are built w/environmentally sustainable materials. The trees will use solar energy. Architects: Wilkinson Eyre and Grant Associates.

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Lecture 10-21-10: Shading devices and techniques

In class today we learned about creating and manipulating shade through solar studies and various types and techniques of shading. We talked about the differences in radiation exposure over the se…

Eco Pod An Eco Friendly Outdoor Office Designed By Pod Space                                                                                                                                                     More

Offering a peaceful working environment perfect for a garden office, Pod Space’s Glide Pod can often be installed without the need for planning permission.

“Even when the Kirio system is not connected to the router, it’s constantly downloading information about energy usage.” —Tiffany Bowie, architect

The New Home On the Block That Uses 90 Percent Less Energy

José MandojanaIn Seattle’s Greenwood neighborhood, architect Tiffany Bowie built an efficient house for her father, Dave, a retired engineer. A prototype system by Kirio monitors the home’s energy use.

Kazakh architect Aibek Almassov first designed the quirky circular treehouse in 2013, but only now are investors interested in funding the project.

Kazakh architect Aibek Almassov first designed the quirky circular treehouse in but only now are investors interested in funding the project. // Get to know more Architecture Projects >

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