The Compromise Between Costly Energy-Saving Features and Utility Savings
A report from the NAHB shows that potential home buyers are placing more emphasis...
Black Apple Pocket Community Brings High-Performance Homes to Suburban Arkansas
The neighborhood emphasizes traditional Ozark architecture as well as a friendlier...
Congress Extends Tax Deductions on Energy-Efficient Commercial Buildings
The legislation authorizes deductions for buildings and renovations completed in 2014.
Four “Do’s” of Selling High-Performance Homes
If the high-performance home market is booming, why do some builders feel that...
Homes in UK Exemplify Better Building Strategies
New report reveals lower energy use per home over past four decades. How does the...
Blacklisted from the NYC Department of Buildings, a Former Architect Tries His Hand at Green Development
As one of today’s most notorious designers in New York, Robert Scarano, Jr., claims that he has reformed his filing practices. But is his newfound evangelization of sustainable design a convenient cover for business as usual?
Beyond Bricks and Mortar
Land use governs our present and future opportunities.
Get Caught Up on Green Building Rating Systems
You may know the forthcoming LEED v4 inside and out, but other green building certification programs are pushing the industry forward as well.
Doctor Spec: Reach for the Sun
A guide to understanding photovoltaic systems for residential applications.
Book Review: The Greenest Home
A new book on superinsulated and passive house design, by Julie Torres Moskovitz.