Sustainable building design
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Image 14 of 20 from gallery of Winners of Habitat for Humanity's Sustainable Home Design Competition. Central Region © 2012 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
Image 10 of 16 from gallery of 425 Park Avenue / Foster + Partners + Adamson Associates. Photograph by Foster + Partners
Contentious Cottage - Sherwood Forest, Maryland - This project is located in a century-old community established as a summer retreat. Original cottages, averaging only 750 SF, were designed in the picturesque Adirondack rustic style employing green, horizontal siding, rustic locust post porches, railings and architectural ornament – all prescribed by design covenant. The design solution sinks the bulk of the new house into the steep grade under a green roof. From the approach, all that is…
Kelly Ishtar saved to Hillside House
Image 28 of 48 from gallery of Resort in House / Ho Khue Architects. Photograph by Hiroyuki Oki
Sukaina Qabbat saved to 3 story buildings
Net-zero homes are becoming more feasible for the average home owner. So what will the future of net-zero living look like?
Vertical Gardens, urban farms, sustainable housing are the terms raging this year. And they should be the rage! Climate change and global warming are afflicting
Julia Leszko saved to sustainable design
One of the aims of Biophilic Design is creating interiors & buildings with a strong local identity. Discover why it’s important and how to do it!
Urban gardens and vertical forests are popping up in cities all around the world, signalling a new era in sustainable architecture.
Koke saved to Green building architecture
design office snøhetta and the research center on zero emission buildings partnered up to realize a pilot house near the norwegian town of larvik.
Robert De Vos saved to Architecture
This sky-high tower is actually a liveable carbon sink designed for future sustainable cities! - Yanko Design
If we could draw up a pie chart, you’d be able to visualize just how much damage the construction industry causes. To be specific, the building and construction
Lex saved to Urban Design