sustainable

  • all the news that fits

    Kuklinski and Rappe Architects: Nu-Wool claims WALLSEAL—an engineered spray-in cellulose insulation made of recycled newsprint—completely fills cavities to eliminate air infiltration.

     
  • all that glass

    Banducci Associates Architects: Oceanside Glasstile's Tessera are made from silica sand and, in some cases, post-consumer recycled bottle glass.

     
  • Kao Facto

    Add illuminated drama to walls or ceilings with the Kao light sculpture. Designed by Bruno Houssin for Artemide, the aluminum fixture has linear forms that cast an ambient glow projecting about 1½ inches from its mounted surface.

     
  • off the tracks

    Environmentally conscious architects can spice up their projects by using old building products in new ways.

     
  • ground cover

    Obie G. Bowman, Architect: Grace Construction Products' Hydroduct 660 drainage composite sheet and Bituthene 4000 pre-formed waterproof membrane.

     
  • triple play

    David Vandervort Architects: 3form USA's Varia ecoresin line of translucent architectural panels.

     
  • lovely leftovers

    David Vandervort Architects: Tiger Mountain Innovations' Squak Mountain Stone.

     
  • seamless install

    David Vandervort Architects: AEP Span's Design Span hp standing seam.

     
  • solar sandwich

    David Vandervort Architects: Silicon Energy's Cascade Series PV modules.

     
  • round again

    Beach Pebble cabinet pulls from SpectraDécor are smooth circles of 100 percent recycled glass on a lead-free pewter base.

     
 
 
 
 
 
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