Green Design


Green Design

  • The Top 10 States for LEED Per Capita in 2014

    In its fifth year, the ranking shows growth for the green rating system in the south and southwest.

  • Morning News Roundup: Jan. 20, 2015

    Buildings of 1,000 feet or higher are causing problems in New York City, tiny houses aim to help homelessness in the Pacific Northwest, and critic Christopher Hawthorne talks about historical preservation.

  • Morning News Roundup: Jan. 16, 2015

    Construction stopped at New York's 432 Park Avenue due to falling debris, a San Francisco bill is designed to make a third of new residential construction affordable, and more news for Friday.

  • Morning News Roundup: Jan. 15, 2015

    NBBJ revealed preliminary renderings of Cleveland's mixed-use nuCLEus development, a chapel designed by the late architect Antoni Gaudí will be built 90 years after the architect's death, and more architecture news from around the world.

  • Morning News Roundup: Jan. 14, 2015

    Rem Koolhaas is working with a Russian art collector to build a Moscow museum, HOK completed the acquisition of 360 Architecture, a look at forgotten spaces below Washington, D.C.'s Dupont Circle, and more news you may have missed.

  • Morning News Roundup: Jan. 13, 2015

    A conceptual cabin for a rooftop, a profile of the man behind Miami's Design District, and more news stories for Tuesday.

  • Morning News Roundup: Jan. 8, 2015

    The crumbling Detroit building went for $1.1 million, John King critiques The Presidio Trust’s Gallery + Ideas Forum, Chicago hotels experience a growth surge, and more news for your Thursday.

  • Morning News Roundup: Jan. 7, 2015

    A review of the Walkie-Talkie Sky Garden, two proposed Chicago sites for Obama's library, and more news for Wednesday.

  • San Diego Continuing Education's North City Campus Earns LEED Gold

    The $44.9 million facility, designed by Joseph Wong Design Associates, joins a host of education projects that are LEED certified or are on track for certification in the city.

  • Morning News Roundup: Jan. 6, 2015

    A large concrete chunk came off of the year-old Library and Learning Center at Vienna University, The New Yorker profiles Renzo Piano, NPR predicts housing trends for 2015, and more news to start your day.



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