A Passive House Hotel in Washington?

The small town of Oroville — north central Washington four miles from the border — has big aspirations.  A developer has plans to build the first Passive House hotel in North America, according to Examiner.com.

Developer Steve Morberg already secured Highway 97 frontage for the project and will use a design by Bôd Structures, formerly known as American Container Homes, to construct the hotel in phases.


By |November 19th, 2010|Categories: Hotel, Passive House|0 Comments

NanaWall Unveils Bamboo Folding Doors

By |November 18th, 2010|Categories: Green Tech, Materials|Tags: |0 Comments

H2hotel has a Wavy Living Green Roof

By |November 18th, 2010|Categories: Green Roof, Hotel, LEED|0 Comments
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MEKA Unveils Modular Container Houses

Toronto-based housing company MEKA — that is, modular, environmental, kinetic, assembly — made national headlines with the launch of small container homes this week.  Seeking the ultimate trifecta of style, sustainability, and affordability, this start-up aims to produce “the most luxurious living spaces with a clean modern sensibility, at super affordable prices.”


By |November 17th, 2010|Categories: Container Design, Modern architecture, Prefab|12 Comments

Modern Eco-Smart Challenger in Alberta

By |November 16th, 2010|Categories: Modern architecture, Prefab, Single Family|0 Comments

Cogenra Mixes Solar PV and Hot Water

Khosla Ventures-backed Cogenra Solar made big news this month when it celebrated the unveiling of an impressive 272-kW solar cogeneration installation at Sonoma Wine Company in Graton, California.  Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair attended the event to flip the switch on 15 Cogenra SunBase modules that generate both electricity and hot water for the winery.


By |November 16th, 2010|Categories: Green Tech, Solar|Tags: , |3 Comments

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