Quick: what were the first modular buildings? If you immediately thought of the famous Sears Roebuck kit homes, you’d be in good company—even a few Internet sites credit…
This solar-powered dwelling can be placed just about anywhere without giving up any of the comforts of a modern hotel room.
BIG’s design for a whimsical museum dedicated to the Danish toy looks like, well, a big pile of overlapping Lego bricks, complete with the round “studs.”
Designers at IAMZ are using biomimicry to recreate not only the look but the actual function of trees in their latest New York City concept called the Chlorophyll Tower.
The 2,749-foot height of SkyCity is impressive, but the prefab construction, insulated modules and extreme density are making green building advocates swoon.
With its beaches devastated by Hurricane Sandy, New York City is planning to have modular, storm-proof, net-zero-energy lifeguard stations built by Memorial Day.