A combination of architectural design and creative landscaping gives The Wall House a feeling of being embraced by the land rather than an anomaly suddenly constructed upon it.
Kaplan Thompson’s net-zero-energy farmhouse in Virginia, which meets Passivhaus standards and is on track for LEED Platinum, is also built for sheep grazing on its roof.
One of the latest projects to spring up around New York’s High Line, the Solar Carve Tower will minimize the shadows it casts while maximizing the daylight entering the building.
Two competing Northern European design firms are vying to add some much-needed green elements to one of the least-loved structures in Miami Beach..
Design firm Roel de Boer has created a lightweight roofing tile that can be retrofitted on existing sloping shingles, making green roofs possible in difficult urban locations.
Istanbul, Turkey, is set to begin construction of the Kagithane Gardens office project, featuring overlapping green roofs and other sustainable features.
Adding a twist to the adaptive reuse trend of turning old railroad tracks into parks, architects in Bari, Italy, want to do the same for a rail line that’s still in operation.
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.
Green roofs have been touted as a means of saving energy, improving water management and expanding natural space within urban environments, but can they also help save native plants?
Part spaceship, part Bond villain’s lair, the winning design for France’s EuropaCity is a green-roofed underground city of sustainable fantasy. Can it come true?