Articles and researches

December 9, 2020

Outdoor adventures in Hot Springs, Arkansas

If you look at an aerial view of Hot Springs, Arkansas, you see a few rows of buildings squeezed in between wild, green mountains. This resort […]
December 9, 2020

Modernist Bata shoe factory transforms into geothermal-powered homes

Toronto-based design firm Quadrangle has fulfilled a long-held dream of the late Sonja Bata of Bata Shoes fame with the transformation of the decommissioned Bata Shoe […]
December 8, 2020

Modular home in Delft boasts low-carbon timber build and a green roof

Building information modeling (BIM), modular construction and low-carbon timber materials combine in the sustainable Buitenhuis, a small, low-impact home with beautiful farmland views in Heinenoord, the […]
December 8, 2020

A pygmy possum on Kangaroo Island revives conservationists’ hopes

After months of waiting, a little pygmy possum has been found on Kangaroo Island in Australia. This is the first time that the tiny animal has […]
December 8, 2020

Should green architecture firms design airports?

A group of award-winning architects concerned about climate change came together in 2019 and launched an organization called Architects Declare. But now, two big-name members, Foster […]
December 8, 2020

Nimble makes phone accessories from recycled plastic, CDs and more

Technological innovation is here to stay. With it comes the struggle to control e-waste and its assault on the environment. So the three co-founders of Nimble […]
December 8, 2020

Nimble makes phone accessories from recycled plastic, CDs and more

Technological innovation is here to stay. With it comes the struggle to control e-waste and its assault on the environment. So the three co-founders of Nimble […]
December 8, 2020

BIG designs the energy-efficient “heart” of Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University has tapped Bjarke Ingels Group to rejuvenate its campus with the new Hopkins Student Center — nicknamed “The Village” — that will serve as a […]