If you follow the tiny house movement, you may have heard about Blake’s Tiny House. The project is led by a team of four – Blake Dinkins, Lance Cayko, Alex Gore, and Sarah Schulz – who met at North Dakota University while pursuing master of architecture degrees. Their goal is to document the construction of the 128-square foot home from beginning to end.
This month we published our first attempt at a mission statement and generally had a lot of fun with new material. The most popular article on Facebook last month was about carbon neutral cement, while the most shared article on Twitter was about green home improvement trends. For more coverage, stay current with the weekly email newsletter delivered every weekend. Below you’ll find a gathering of links from February.
Global design firm Perkins + Will just announced LEED certification for the firm’s 100th building — Balance, phase 2 of Dockside Green — which just so happens to be tied for the highest scoring LEED building in the world with phase 1 of Dockside Green. Dockside Green is a 15-acre community in Victoria, British Columbia, and Balance is a residential component of the project with one- and two-bedroom condominiums and townhouses.