The subject of this week’s Skyscraper Sunday is the striking 1180 Peachtree in Atlanta, Georgia. Designed by Pickard Chilton Architects, 1180 Peachtree rises 41-stories with a 119-foot lighted veil at the top. It was […]
Study Shows Green Homeowners Are Happier With Their Homes and Recommending Them; Cost Savings are a Top Motivating Factor for Buying Green. CarMax Receives LEED Silver Certification and Becomes First Company […]
This is the Loftcube, which is designed and engineered in Germany. Including the bathroom and kitchen, there are two models, one for $136,000 and the other for $180,000. I love the look of it … if you had $180k and a vacant roof, would you put it up there? Add some landscaping?
The first time I saw the QR5 was on Inhabitat last year, and ever since then, my thoughts have occasionally wandered back to its simple, elegant design. Now, in April 2007, this […]
I’m going to be in Washington D.C. with a team of MBAs for a real estate case competition this weekend. I have some free time both Friday and Sunday and would like to delve into […]
Green building articles abound, but it’s important to note the subtle differences in perspective, which may change depending on the writer’s geography. An article may give green building advice that doesn’t make sense in […]