Articles and researches

March 20, 2020

WOHA to transform polluted swamp into green university

For nearly 50 years, Bangladesh-based nonprofit BRAC has championed change for good, and now the NGO will take its do-gooding a big step forward with the establishment of […]
March 20, 2020

A Brisbane cottage is sustainably updated to gracefully age in place

In Brisbane’s leafy suburb of Paddington, Australian architectural practice Shaun Lockyer Architects has created a contemporary and sustainable addition that provides a striking contrast to the […]
March 20, 2020

Goodyear reCharge tire concept targets sustainability

Goodyear tire company has a history of innovation with products like the living moss tire that cleans the air as you drive and crazy spherical tires. Their newest concept […]
March 19, 2020

The coronavirus is causing a dangerous shortfall in blood donations | MNN

The plea to give blood from clinics in the U.S. is falling on increasingly quarantined ears. The mass closures of schools and workplaces across the country […]
March 19, 2020

Tour 5 national parks from home

As people social distance and shelter in place, they may feel the walls closing in on them. Fortunately, the National Park Service has partnered with Google […]
March 19, 2020

With humans in lockdown, animals flourish | MNN

Animals may not know exactly why humans have decided to make themselves scarce. Lockdowns that have kept millions of people in their homes — and social […]
March 19, 2020

1980s cottage in Melbourne is updated into an energy-efficient retreat

Melbourne-based firm Jost Architects has managed to breathe new life into a rundown 1980s cottage house in the beachside community of St Kilda. The renovation process […]
March 19, 2020

ChopValue recycles 25 million chopsticks into furniture and decor

A Canadian-based company called ChopValue has found some unique ways to reuse single-use chopsticks — think of it as upcycling food utensils into chic, sustainable decor […]