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November 20, 2020

Renowned landscape architects unveil designs to save the Tidal Basin

The National Mall Tidal Basin — also known as “America’s front yard” — is home to some of the nation’s most iconic landmarks such as the […]
November 20, 2020

Architects turn waste into trendy glamping shelters in Rotterdam

If you’ve ever looked at a dumpster and thought “with a little work, that could be a cool fort,” then you’ll certainly be interested in the […]
November 19, 2020

GMC unveils electric Hummer for 2022

General Motors Truck Company (GMC) recently released the specs for its 2022 HUMMER EV Edition 1, the first electric vehicle to include the company’s all-new Ultium […]
November 19, 2020

Flea treatments are poisoning England’s rivers

Insecticides used to kill fleas are proving to be way too effective. The chemicals are poisoning English rivers and killing bugs they were never meant to encounter, […]
November 19, 2020

Plastic waste incineration skyrockets carbon emission rates

For the U.K., plastic waste incineration presents a major stumbling block in attempts to achieve net-zero emissions. According to an open letter compiled by a coalition […]
November 19, 2020

Old bathhouses get new life via NPS adaptive reuse program

After Rose Schweikhart, an avid homebrewer, settled in Hot Springs, Arkansas, she began to wonder if the mineral-rich hot spring water that made “Spa City” famous could […]
November 19, 2020

Niraamaya Retreat honors traditional design with local materials

Located in Vayitharamattom, Kumarakom in the lakefront region of Southern India, the Niraamaya Retreat is a haven for wellness and rejuvenation with sustainable design elements throughout. […]
November 18, 2020

Architect designs his own breezy, plant-filled home in Los Angeles

David Montalba, founding principal of Montalba Architects, recently completed a 5,450-square-foot personal residence in Santa Monica, California. The design is based around a vertical courtyard concept […]