The Goods Line is Sydney’s answer to New York’s High Line, and takes a tip from that iconic project in turning an old elevated railroad line into a park/trail.
At Greenbuild last week, the Forest Stewardship awarded three projects that made extensive use of FSC-certified wood as driving the market for sustainability.
A proposed addition to Philly’s Reading Viaduct Park would create a “low line” addition to Philly’s “High Line” — if transportation advocates don’t prevail.
A new study by McGraw-Hill Construction finds that the trend towards greening the American school — both in K-12 and higher ed — will continue unabated.
Following Hurricane Sandy, more designers are contemplating what climate-resiliant architecture might look like — be it floating, standing on stilts, or ???
A new art installation in Madison Square Park takes Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic dome design and transforms it into a funky LED lightshow after dark.
New Orleans’ River Garden Apartments feature 420 KWs of roof-mounted solar over multiple buildings, and is the Southeastern U.S.’s largest solar neighborhood.
Hysan Place is a mixed-used tower integrating greenery and daylighting into skyscraper typology — located in one of the most polluted areas of Hong Kong.
You may have heard of Masdar City, Abu Dhabi’s massive carbon-neutral development — here are some other big green moves for the city you may not have heard of
Researchers from Concordia University have found that one building can suck up the polluted air exhausted by another — but don’t have to, given a few changes.
A new DIY system for disaster housing makes use of repurposed plastic beverage bottles and the common wooden pallet to create a dry place for survivors.