Tag: green design


Whether your company is looking to be more environmentally friendly or simply more focused on saving green than actually going green (or perhaps a combination of both!), you are destined to get up close and personal with LEED (Leadership in Read more…


Let’s say you have a million dollars. Of course, you want to make it grow, right? You ask around…find the right financial advisor…discuss your options. When you are absolutely sure you are comfortable with your new portfolio, you make your Read more…


LEED, the building standard that has lightened the footprint of tens of thousands of structures, announced a new standard yesterday that amplifies the idea to neighborhood scale. The standard has been in the works for years and more than 200 Read more…


A new 42-floor London skyscraper will be the world’s first building to incorporate wind turbines in the design, an innovation developers say will generate 8 percent of the building’s electricity needs. The Strata Tower, a 408-unit apartment building scheduled to Read more…


Article by Amy Hengst appearing courtesy of Matter Network. Termite mounds may look like ugly piles of dirt, but they provide important clues for architects designing energy-efficient buildings. Termite mounds are built six to 30 feet high off the ground Read more…

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