The Lotus Hotel is prefabricated net zero hotel under construction in China’s Xiangshawan desert that requires no water, no concrete and no foundation.
Rainwater HOG was created by an Aussie architect to utilize overlooked spaces for water storage — and an all-American version is now available in the U.S.
A natural builder interested in communal living constructed a “tiny dome home” in Oregon out of locally sourced, recycled and reclaimed materials for just $200.
Recently unveiled at Greenbuild, the Paradigm modular home comes with all the green bells and whistles, and makes smart use of both rain and gray water.
In Bangladesh, where floods routinely shut down schools, a non-profit organization provides uninterrupted education via solar-powered floating classrooms.
A second home in an a sought-after city doesn’t generally come cheap, but when it’s a tiny home, such sweet dreams can be both greener and more affordable.
Brandon Martella’s prescription for food sustainability in San Diego is a mixed-use residential tower for the Gaslamp district with an integrated vertical farm.
Auroville was founded in 1968 with the aim of becoming a “universal town” — what it has become in the years since is a mecca for Indian architecture.
Designers were tasked with turning an old public restroom facility into a contemporary community center, and succeeded, in part, by using the space up top.
Forget the windmill and plastic animals — Detroit’s Urban Put-Put mini golf course is part park, part art project, and built around hazards like a car wrecks.