Articles and researches

April 12, 2021

Airy multigenerational home shows adaptive reuse done right

Vienna-based architecture firm OEOOO has transformed and expanded a disused farmhouse into the Hehl Tenne House, a warm and inviting multigenerational home wrapped in timber inside […]
April 12, 2021

Wright-inspired home has trees growing through the roof

Moscow-based firm Kerimov Architects has crafted a custom, luxury home for a new villa community in Repino, Leningrad that follows Frank Lloyd Wright’s philosophy of organic […]
April 9, 2021

Aerie launches REAL GOOD swimwear made with recycled nylon

Whether you plan to swim laps, go diving or just sunbathe in the backyard, Aerie’s new collection of sustainable swimwear is sure to make a splash. […]
April 9, 2021

Adventurer plans to drive EV from South Pole to North Pole

When people think of the world’s toughest vehicles, an electric car doesn’t spring to mind. But rugged U.K. adventurer Chris Ramsey is planning to cover 17,000 […]
April 9, 2021

Sea level rise creates “ghost forests” along the Atlantic coast

Sea level rise is killing forests in protected areas on the eastern U.S. coast, according to a recent report. The research, carried out by PhD candidate Emily […]
April 9, 2021

Dismountable dojo in Vietnam is topped with a rice husk roof

Energy efficiency, Japanese design and an emphasis on low site impact are combined at DOJO Saigon, a new light-filled judo training hall in Ho Chi Minh […]
April 9, 2021

Solar-powered Zamasport HQ produces over half of its energy needs

After 3 years of development, Italian architecture firm Frigerio Design Group has completed fabrication engineering company Zamasport’s new headquarters, a fabric-inspired building that is mostly powered […]
April 8, 2021

Artist Hugo McCloud spotlights waste with art made of plastic bags

Artist Hugo McCloud, known for using unusual medium choices such as aluminum sheeting, tar paper, scrap metal and solder, spent his quarantine in Mexico, layering together […]