Green Roofs provide numerous benefits in both residential and commercial applications.
Blu Homes manufactures modular homes that offer green features for healthy indoor air quality and significant energy savings.
This Dallas home includes many green features and is going for LEED Platinum certification.
Passive survivability means that a building can maintain livable conditions in the event of an extended power outage.This need is increasing as scientists predict that with global climate change there will be more intense storms and, as a result, more power outages.
Everything from Brazilian hardwood to solar panels and LED were used in a new green home in Orange, Calif.
Tubohotel is an innovative new hotel in Mexico made out of recycled concrete tubing, giving guests a creative place to lay their head at night.
Green Canopy Homes is a Seattle, Wash.-based company that buys homes in walkable neighborhoods and renovates them with high-performance, energy-efficient upgrades.
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History opens a passive house exhibit to the public, showing how a cleverly constructed home can operate without a furnace.
Interior design choices play a crucial role in indoor air quality.
Options for eco-friendly kitchen countertops are becoming more popular with consumers, with everything ranging from recycled beer bottles and wine bottles to old porcelain bathroom fixtures being turned into beautiful surfaces. Full story is available at this link: http://www.proudgreenhome.com/article/182621/How-to-choose-a-green-kitchen-countertop
Meadowlark is a sustainable home designed by Steven Learner Studio. It was the award-winning design of an international competition with 1,200 entries.
Dwell on Design 2011 modular home as featured at the Los Angeles show is now up for auction on Ebay.
Greenarama is the region's first green home show, featuring seven homes and one exhibition house. The home show is in Cincinnati's oldest neighborhood, the Columbia Tusculum.
Stillwater Dwellings built a 1,600-square-foot prefabricated home in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Kentucky homebuilders were given awards for energy efficient homes for the Midwest region.
The National Green Building Conference & Expo on May 1-3 in Salt Lake City featured new technologies for green homebuilding.
Underneath the traditional Prairie-style architecture of this planned near net-zero energy home lies steel structural insulated panels, geothermal heating and cooling and other green building techniques.
A small eco-friendly home is serving as a test case for resource-saving technologies.
This green remodeling project won Renewal Design-Build a 2010 Southeast Regional Contractor of the Year award from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.
StoneCraft stone veneers, made with recycled and recyclable content, create a visually stunning interior and exterior character in a modern Southwest home.