A campaign now gathering funding on Indiegogo seeks to bring renewable energy and self-reliant living to Malawi, Africa in the form of an Earthship.
With the ability to capture and repurpose energy and water, the Jess S. Jackson Sustainable Winery could become the first building at any university to be certified Net Zero Energy.
At 1,312 feet tall, Mumbai’s proposed Imperial Tower will be among the world’s tallest, but what may be most striking is its narrow width and wing-like shape to reduce turbulence.
At Nueva School, green roofs and rainwater systems aren’t just on the classrooms, they are classrooms.
A look at some green building designs for large communities that caught our attention in recent months and may (or may not) become reality in the next several years.
It’s been a slow start, but after having zero LEED projects underway in 2009, Florida builders are catching up with more than 200 LEED-certified buildings.
With amenities such as a heat pump, radiant underfloor heating and high-performance insulation, this modern bamboo-clad house is as energy efficient as it is attractive.
A newly opened Sri Lankan resort sited in a tropical rainforest has earned LEED Platinum status, the first-ever such designation for the country’s tourism sector.
Barcelona-based designer In-Tenta has created the Drop Eco-Hotel, a portable green living space that treads lightly on the environment and allows tenants to experience nature while surrounded by comfort.
Soon, New Yorkers will only feel guilty about calories when they visit the newest Applebee’s franchise, the first restaurant in the city to be awarded LEED Gold certification.
Rainwater HOG was created by an Aussie architect to utilize overlooked spaces for water storage — and an all-American version is now available in the U.S.