Articles and researches

September 7, 2021

Greening the board game industry with Big Potato Games

Party games can be a fun reason for everyone to get together, but they can also take a lot of resources to make. Big Potato takes […]
September 7, 2021

This giant green wall is a show-stopper at Warsaw skyscraper

Generation Park Y tower by Stockholm-based project development and construction group Skanska features roughly 49 feet of a gorgeous green wall. Stretching to about 72 feet […]
September 7, 2021

A sustainable design response to Australia’s housing crisis

Designed by Jiri Lev of Atelier Jiri Lev, the Tasmanian House combines traditional and innovative approaches to architecture with local Tasmanian elements as a response to […]
September 6, 2021

Dash Linear turns cardboard into high-performance lighting

As part of interior design, lighting serves a greater purpose than illumination alone. Fixtures set the tone of a room and work as a central element in […]
September 6, 2021

Off Grid House takes remote sustainability to new heights

Nestled in the forests of Australia’s Blue Mountains, Anderson Architecture’s Off Grid House is an experimental dwelling that pushes the limits of sustainable living in remote […]
September 6, 2021

Celebrate with these delicious vegan Rosh Hashanah recipes

Shanah Tovah! Start the Jewish New Year off right with this collection of vegan Rosh Hashanah recipes. From vegan challah and seitan brisket to tzimmes and […]
September 3, 2021

This design alliance is paving the way for a better future

The environmental problems facing the world certainly weren’t created by one person, one company or even by one country. You know what they say: it takes […]
September 3, 2021

‘Infernal summer’ in Canada may split September election

Canadians are more concerned about climate change than about COVID-19, according to a new poll. Data released by polling firm Angus Reid shows that the major […]