Living the Dream of a Net-Zero House
The growing number of firms offering energy-efficient modular designs has made a...
Five Emerging Building Types to Master
For firms looking to make their mark, these market segments will need more design...
AIA and DOE Launch 2030 Commitment Reporting Tool
Firms that have signed the initiative can track and compare energy performance...
U.S. Energy Consumption Slows, Predicted to Grow Modestly through 2040
Analyses from the U.S. Energy Information Administration show that energy use is...
The Phipps Center for Sustainable Landscapes is the First to Obtain Well Platinum Pilot Certification
The Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is the first institute to achieve the International Well Building Institute's highest distinction.
Honda Open Sources Smart-Home Design
The auto and equipment maker releases nearly all of its “smart home” plans to 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?
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.
Six Winners Named in Architecture at Zero Ideas Competition in San Francisco
Entrants tasked with developing a mixed-use building for the city's Tenderloin...
A zero-sum game in Miami.