To further educate and inspire campers about living in harmony with nature, the re-design incorporates a host of green products and strategies.
The Dutch cooperative Except offers a modular office-space conversion concept that can be deployed quickly at a wide range of large indoor industrial spaces.
Sears Holdings’ new Ubiquity division wants to adapt its closed Sears and Kmart retail stories into cost-effective data centers, disaster recovery depots or cell-tower locations.
The former Pearl Brewery has been transformed into a sustainable mixed-use district that uses solar power and water conservation systems to reduce its energy demands.
Adding a twist to the adaptive reuse trend of turning old railroad tracks into parks, architects in Bari, Italy, want to do the same for a rail line that’s still in operation.
A hulking relic of World War II in Hamburg is now an adaptive reuse project that will generate solar thermal and biomass energy to heat thousands of homes.
This 2.7-mile-long elevated rail bed north of the city will be transformed next year into a vegetated urban park, with trails, trees and green spaces linking four neighborhoods.
An 80-year-old telescope once used to study the sun now brings daylight to underground climate science labs in this clever bit of adaptive reuse on the Caltech campus.
Rather than let its unused helipad sit idle, Coca-Cola’s Mexico City subsidiary converted it into a green roof and a reconditioned co-working office space.
Denmark’s figure-8 Gemini Residences is a successful example of the adaptive reuse of former industrial storage silos. But not all silo conversions are created equal.