Passive House, Minergie, LEED Platinum – Karuna House in Yamhill County, Ore., has become the first in the world to claim all three certifications.
The building generates more than enough electricity to meet its needs during the first full year of occupancy.
Further proof that building green doesn’t have to cost you more up-front.
George W. Bush’s library protects the environment far more than the actual man ever did.
Hassalo on Eighth is mean to provide everything one needs to live comfortably inside the neighborhood.
CUNY’s new science building is one of only 67 in to achieve Platinum status in New York.
Innovative solutions in design and building implementation helped NuOffice reach higher than any other office building on the planet.
Kaplan Thompson’s net-zero-energy farmhouse in Virginia, which meets Passivhaus standards and is on track for LEED Platinum, is also built for sheep grazing on its roof.
With the goal of improving the environmental quality of the site, NASA’s Sustainability Base may be one of the greenest government buildings in the country.
Eager to showcase its renewable energy prowess, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has harnessed the wind and sun to help power its new headquarters.