Carbon Footprint of the Digital Age – Infographic

This infographic looks at the impact the digital age is having on the environment. Taking proactive steps to lower your carbon footprint means more that switching of lights and reducing the amount of times you drive your car. Every time you switch on your computer or digital device CO2 is released into the atmosphere and polluting the planet.

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By |September 4th, 2016|Categories: Conservation, News|Tags: , |0 Comments

High-End Prefab Homes That Are Easy to Assemble

AVAVA Systems from California has recently unveiled Britespace, a high-end, prefab home that comes in a flat pack and is extremely easy to assemble. It’s also made of sustainable materials and has impressive seismic strength. It comes in three sizes, namely 264, 352 and 480 sq ft, and offers a great choice to those wishing to downsize, as well as anyone building their first home […]

Couple Build a Fun Tiny Home

Samantha and Robert, a couple hailing from Yakima, Washington, recently built their first home together. They both enjoy an adventurous lifestyle, from backpacking through Europe and South America, to road tripping across the US, so moving into a tiny home will be just another adventure for them. Samantha is a nurse, and Robert is an architectural designer. They both work full time, and it took them about 14 months to complete the home in their free time. […]

Gardening for Beginners Infographic

Gardening for Beginners

Beginning your journey as a gardener may seem like a daunting task, but when you begin you will wonder why you didn’t get started earlier. It really is a fantastic way to spend […]

By |September 1st, 2016|Categories: Landscape, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

Old Barn Given New Life

I always like seeing old buildings renovated in a way that doesn’t diminish their historic charm, yet still gets them ready for the new millennium. That’s exactly what the firm Studio Farris Architects from Belgium did when they turned an old West Flanders barn into a large and light-filled office. The innovative stairs and mezzanine level only add to the charm, and frankly I want something just like that in my office. […]

Pavilion Made of Stacked Shipping Containers

It seems like the shipping container architecture trend has been dying down, but there are still interesting projects popping up. Such as this cantilevered pavilion constructed by the People’s Architecture Office in China. The entire structure is made of recycled shipping containers, and they used these building blocks primarily so that the structure would be easy to move if needed. […]

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