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Non-profit architecture group Terreform ONE’s compact insect farm is designed for raising crickets as a sustainable protein source for humans.
By Lorraine Johnson |
September 5, 2016
Tags: Green Design, Installation
The Central Energy Facility at Stanford University cuts campus greenhouse gas emissions by 68 per cent – and looks good while doing it.
By Azure |
September 1, 2016
Tags: AZ Awards, Azure News, Green Design, Institutional
In honour of World Oceans Day, we’ve rounded up 13 of our favourite designs for cleaner oceans – including products from Adidas, Levi’s, Interface and Studio Swine.
By Erin Donnelly |
June 8, 2016
Tags: Green Design
How SOM and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory are driving green living to the next level.
By Lloyd Alter |
May 19, 2016
Tags: Concept, Green Design
For the Spring/Summer 2016 couture collection, which was presented on an eco-minded runway show that transformed the Grand Palais into a verdant Zen garden, even the fabrics are inspired by nature.
By David Dick-Agnew |
May 17, 2016
Tags: Fashion, Green Design, Installation
With the world’s largest smog vacuum, the Dutch designer delivers an in-your-face reminder of the threat from pollution.
By Catherine Sweeney |
March 29, 2016
Tags: Green Design, Infrastructure, Urbanism
The Italian architect’s energy-efficient One Airport Square project is changing the landscape of Accra.
By Rachel Pulfer |
December 21, 2015
Tags: Commercial, Green Design, Retail
On the island of Bornholm, GXN’s renovation and expansion of a hotel/conference space completely embraces a Cradle to Cradle life cycle.
By Kendra Jackson |
September 15, 2015
In the past 30 years, Azure has witnessed huge strides in eco-design, including the birth of Cradle to Cradle, the first solar-powered cities and the development of organic building materials.
March 30, 2015
Containing the world’s most ambitious vertical park, Boeri Studio’s tree-decked towers in Milan welcome back some long-forgotten fauna to the city.
By Paola Menaldo |
Tags: Green Design, Residential
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