Denizen and Dakota Outfall

Until recently, there was little resembling a neighborhood to see while looking down from the sky at the area around Alameda Station, a light-rail stop two-and-a-half miles south of the state capitol buildingMore

Tavern on the Green

Central Park’s Tavern on the Green is a New York City institution. Built in 1871 as a sheep barn, the Victorian Gothic building was converted into a restaurant in 1934, and inMore

National Center for Civil & Human Rights

Dedicated to the achievements of both the Civil Rights movement in the United States and the broader human rights movement worldwide, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights (NCCHR) in downtown Atlanta wasMore


Stash Residence

When the Stash family wanted to build a sustainable home in Northbrook, Illinois, they turned to Michael Kollman, president of architecture firm Wexler/Kollman and owner of high-performance home construction company Smarthaus. The resultingMore

Kiln Apartments

When it came to the design of the Kiln Apartments in Oregon’s North Portland neighborhood, GBD Architects aimed high. Just how high? Consider this: the Passive House certification the architects are pursuing willMore


Defined Design: One Central Park

Sydney’s One Central Park, designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects is certainly one of this year’s most visually arresting buildings, but it’s equally stunning in function. Recently, it was honoredMore


Architect, Transit Advocate: Dustin Watson

As partner and director of sustainability at the Baltimore-based international design firm DDG (Design Development Group), Dustin Watson is an architect on a mission to weave the ethics of sustainability into his firm’s designMore

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Material World: Blue Ridge Bark

Marty McCurry and his wife, Chris McCurry, drew inspiration for their poplar bark products after witnessing changes to where they live in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. SUSTAINABLY SOURCED FiveMore


Close Up: Cables and Credits

At the Hoisington, Kansas, manufacturing facility of Superior Essex, key targets within the company’s sustainability goals recently have been met—and promise to have a far-reaching impact on global resource use. “Our environmentalMore


Putting green on the ‘front burner’

For Front Burner Brands, the multi-concept-restaurant management company that owns The Melting Pot, Burger 21, and GrillSmith, sustainability is no longer a trend—it’s a requirement. And franchisees embracing the company’s “stealth green”More