A group of architects and engineers have developed a plan for turning billboards into suspended bamboo gardens that clean up urban air — and seek your support.
The Goods Line is Sydney’s answer to New York’s High Line, and takes a tip from that iconic project in turning an old elevated railroad line into a park/trail.
At Greenbuild last week, the Forest Stewardship awarded three projects that made extensive use of FSC-certified wood as driving the market for sustainability.
A proposed addition to Philly’s Reading Viaduct Park would create a “low line” addition to Philly’s “High Line” — if transportation advocates don’t prevail.
A new study by McGraw-Hill Construction finds that the trend towards greening the American school — both in K-12 and higher ed — will continue unabated.
Following Hurricane Sandy, more designers are contemplating what climate-resiliant architecture might look like — be it floating, standing on stilts, or ???
A new art installation in Madison Square Park takes Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic dome design and transforms it into a funky LED lightshow after dark.
New Orleans’ River Garden Apartments feature 420 KWs of roof-mounted solar over multiple buildings, and is the Southeastern U.S.’s largest solar neighborhood.
Hysan Place is a mixed-used tower integrating greenery and daylighting into skyscraper typology — located in one of the most polluted areas of Hong Kong.
You may have heard of Masdar City, Abu Dhabi’s massive carbon-neutral development — here are some other big green moves for the city you may not have heard of