A new, sustainably designed complex at UC Davis claims to be “the most technologically advanced and environmentally sophisticated winery in the world.”
After a tragic fire, Jeremy Durbin’s house in Southampton, NY, is slated for rebirth as one of the first working models of a true net-zero house.
A new home by architect Daniel Libeskind utilizes the latest in eco-design with a high-concept aesthetics inspired, in part, by a cluster of crystals.
A new eco-classroom at the Benenden School in Kent is believed to be the first building in the UK featuring hot and cold drinking water provided exclusively by rainwater, processed via a green roof and solar power.
The off-grid zeroHouse collects its own water, recycles its own wastes and provides its own power, via a fleet of solar panels over the two bedrooms hooked up to a battery bank.