Articles and researches

July 6, 2020

Work from home in this minimalist, modular 15-sided cabin

As the newest member of the Hello Wood cabin family, the Workstation Cabin offers the perfect tranquil retreat designed specifically to inspire creativity. Described as “the […]
July 3, 2020

Eos Bioreactor uses AI and algae to combat climate change

A new artificial intelligence invention by Hypergiant Industries could prove to be the solution to the world’s carbon dioxide problem. The company is launching the second […]
July 3, 2020

The Invisible House is a reflective building that mirrors the desert surroundings

The Invisible House is a mirror-clad home designed to look like a New York skyscraper flipped on its side. It is covered in heat-reflective “Solarcool” glass […]
July 3, 2020

Green-roofed Hive home opens and closes with the sun

Ahmedabad-based Openideas Architecture has completed Hive, an adaptable and sustainable family home that takes inspiration from nature in more ways than one. Located in Vesu, an up-and-coming area […]
July 2, 2020

Energy-neutral school in Utrecht enhances biodiversity

At the Winkerlaan in Utrecht, Dutch architecture firm EVA architecten has completed SO Fier, an energy-neutral primary school for Special Education Cluster 2 students that emphasizes […]
July 2, 2020

This sustainable Jackson Hole residence has a LED-lit indoor slide

The Jackson Tech House not only has spectacular views of the Teton Range from its location high on a double sloped site, but it also has […]
July 2, 2020

The South Pole is warming 3 times faster than anywhere else

The South Pole is getting warmer — in fact, this remote location is experiencing warming up to three times faster than the rest of the planet. […]
July 2, 2020

Wellesley’s Global Flora greenhouse can generate all of its own energy

Boston-based architecture firm Kennedy & Violich Architecture has flipped the script for energy-intensive greenhouses with the net-zero energy Global Flora, a sustainable botanical facility for Wellesley […]