Made from acoustic metamaterials these windows filter out environmental noise while allowing fresh air in.
Innovative use of natural lighting in the New York Times Building saves energy, finds a recent study.
Ocean House, on coastal Rhode Island, gives a modern twist to the classic 19th century boat shed, creating a windbreak and protecting inhabitants from solar gain.
The Energy Department is investing $9.5 million in heat pump and building material technologies to ensure that homes and offices perform more efficiently.
A new window glass technology is being used in a Tokyo skyscraper to direct daylight as deep as 15 meters into the building’s interior and reduce energy use.
In this summer photo gallery, we take a look at current and emerging trends in green building for keeping summer heat out while letting the light shine in.
Sierra Club Green Home takes a look at options around a question everyone with windows on their homes faces eventually: repair, retrofit or replace?
Sage Electrochromics has announced the world’s most energy-efficient window, which allows the triple-pane, super-insulated structure to be electronically tinted.