Floating Pavilion is Part of Rotterdam Climate Initiative Goal to Reduce CO2 Emissions

 

Floating-Pavilion-RotterdamThere are more people living in urban areas than rural areas than ever before in human history, and is expected to rise to 70% in this century. Much of this growth will occur in low-lying deltas and be vulnerable to climate change and flooding. Scarcity of resources requires cities to become increasingly self-sufficient.

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By |July 20th, 2013|Green Building|3 Comments

The Sarah House Project Will Provide Shipping Container Shelter for Low-Income Families

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Jeffrey White, a real estate agent who resides near Salt Lake City, Utah, is spearheading the Sarah House Project, a nonprofit, community-based organization that aims “to provide fast, green minded, safe, affordable homes for the underserved.”

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By |May 1st, 2013|CONTAINER HOMES|2 Comments

Sustainable Woodland Living Meets Upscale Urban Atlanta Contemporary Design

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How can you live sustainably just miles from a major of a heavily urbanized city like Atlanta and still feel like you have your own weekend getaway retreat? Currently seeking LEED certification, this stunning 4,750 square foot home gives its residents a feeling of remoteness while living only a mile away from shops, offices, and schools.

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By |April 11th, 2013|LEED|8 Comments

Assemble Your Tiny Home Faster Than IKEA Furniture with AbleNook

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Imagine that you could assemble your home in a matter of hours, as easily as you put together a desk that you bought from IKEA. Imagine that it dissembled more easily than the IKEA desk so that you could take it anywhere, even the harshest of environments.

More sturdy than a trailer, with a more beautiful architectural aesthetic, the AbleNook expandable portable dwelling is a tiny home design that is looking for your help to become a reality for disaster victims, military families, and lovers of sustainable living around the world. (more…)

By |January 14th, 2013|Prefab|3 Comments