The Clock Shadow Building, constructed on a vacant brownfield site, now uses sustainable methods to reduce its carbon footprint and promote wellness of both mind and body.
The new science wing at the Seattle school includes solar panels, a green roof, a green wall, a composting toilet, sustainably harvested wood and a rainwater collection system.
On a sunny Earth Day in Seattle, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the new Bullitt Center, which is being called the “greenest commercial building” in the world.
A modular prefab home on the U.S. market meets the passive house standard and comes close to meeting the Living Building Challenge.
For affordable living in extreme circumstances, these design contest winners show how net-zero can be the answer.
We tour an eco-friendly Portland, Oregon “living building” home that consumes no net energy, no net water, and sends no waste.
The Bullitt Foundation has announced that its nearly completed ultra-green Bullitt Center will begin moving in tenants this month and will open officially in Seattle on April 22, Earth Day.