Articles and researches

February 18, 2020

Green-roofed brick home ‘disappears’ into the landscape

Antwerp-based studio Studio Okami Architects has unveiled a design that masterfully blends a home into its surrounding landscape. Built into a sloped hill, the brick-clad and […]
February 18, 2020

What is thundersnow? | MNN

Have you ever heard thunder during a big snowstorm? If so, you’ve experienced an extremely rare weather occurrence. The ingredients necessary for thundersnow are so uncommon […]
February 18, 2020

Meet the urban planner responsible for San Francisco’s car-free Market Street

Downtown San Francisco is putting pedestrians first by turning the 2-mile Market Street, a major hub for the city, into a completely car-free space. Inhabitat spoke with […]
February 18, 2020

Why you should watch out for nutrient thieves | MNN

It’s no surprise that cigarette smoking or living under constant stress are bad for your health, but did you know that one way they have a […]
February 18, 2020

Craft beer waste saves Montana town $1M for wastewater treatment

A Montana town has found a money-saving solution to its sewage and wastewater treatment expenses, thanks to a nearby craft brewery. The innovation caught the eye […]
February 18, 2020

Sustainable city block in Hamburg goes for gold in energy-efficiency

In Hamburg’s HafenCity district, German architecture firm blauraum Architekten has recently completed the KPTN, a new city block that fits about a dozen different functions under […]
February 18, 2020

5 surprising facts about the creepy-cute aye-aye | MNN

1. We’re related to aye-ayes It’s a guarantee that no member of your family is as odd looking as the aye-aye, and yet they’re a very, […]
February 17, 2020

Driving transformation with laser-guided autonomous vehicles | MNN

See how the machines are making work safer at one Georgia-Pacific plant in Crossett, Ark. Nobody – and nothing – is perfect. As Georgia-Pacific master technician […]