Recently I blogged about the Happy New House by Neil Denari, and the concept that home design has a lot do with our personalities–even our psychological well-being. After reading […]
During the summer, I was able to study businesses in Taiwan, Hong Kong, + China; one particular session with top-level executives at Shui On Land, which is basically the best property […]
When I lived in Japan, I was always feeling the pinch of electricity bills. It wasn't because of over-consumption. Things were just plain expensive. And luckily, the electricity meter was always near the front door, so I got in the habit of opening the door to check the spin rate on the meter. After looking at the meter, I'd walk around and unplug things that weren't in use. Here in the U.S., though, there's no easy access to the meter, especially in the traditional single-family home. Which is why something like the PowerCost Monitor could come in handy.
Central Oregon's First LEED-H Certified Residential Project: Newport District Modern House Project by Abacus GC
Have you ever been to Bend, Oregon? Bend is smack dab in the middle of the state, it’s Central Oregon, and it’s beautiful. Central Oregon is not to be confused with the […]