Since GreenBuild 2007 will be in Chicago, I wanted to showcase one the many green buildings in Chicago. In 2005, 111 South Wacker in Chicago, Illinois, received an AIA Design Excellence Award and LEED-CS Gold certification for it’s sustainability achievements. Designed by Goettsch Partners, the 53-story tower is an incredibly handsome skyscraper. The transparent base of the tower is particularly interesting with those seemingly dinky pillars holding up the entirety of the building.
Green is Right for Utah’s Future, Sustainable Building Proponents Say – Peter McMahon joined Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson, Rep. Ralph Becker and Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon on the panel. Their […]
I’ve blogged about Jennifer Siegal’s Office of Mobile Design (OMD) before. What you see above is a picture of OMD’s ShowHouse, located at 1650 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, California.
I’ve been writing an article a week for Green Options and wanted to pass on the links to some of my articles. I think the toilets article is the most light-hearted…go give them a […]
Sometimes, I’m amazed at what technology can do. Recently, I read an article about Michael Klug + Michele Grieshaber’s 1926 bungalow in Austin’s historic Hyde Park, which was renovated in accordance with […]
I just thought I would blog about this real quick because it caught my attention in the latest edition of BusinessWeek. There was a full page ad saying, "Imagine that. You can […]