This Solar Decathlon design enables the user to cohabit with the house, learning from each other to create a more energy-efficient, sustainable life
Design think-tank Sanitov Studios decided that the solution to a crowded housing market needed a little outside the box creativity. Or perhaps we should say “off the land” creativity.
Indoor air can be quite polluted, sometimes even worse than the air outside. Is a “clean room” grade filtration system the answer?
Peter Kostelov designed a summer home for a sporty family that has no windows and no doors, offering maximum outdoor exposure during Russia’s fleeting summer.
If you’re thinking of doing some festival-hopping this summer, check out some of these green-themed happenings that offer eco-friendly info and practices.
The Vision House opens at Epcot, with today’s green-home innovations on display and the promise of new technologies never before tested in a residential setting.
You’re probably wasting more energy than you think, but never fear; today’s gallery shows you 5 notorious energy hogs in your home, and what to do about them.
Today’s photo gallery checks out some lighting options for the home that combine style with the energy and money saving qualities that LEDs provide.
Lighting manufacturer Precision-Paragon tests LEDs against fluorescents and finds that the right choice depends on the precise circumstances.
One of the world’s largest residential solar installations, in Chatsworth, Calif., makes use of light, flexible solar panels that follow the curve of the roof.
LG and Carbonfund.org say that in 2012, the electronics giant will be the first to offer Americans a full range of products bearing the CarbonFree label.