Architecture, Construction, Engineering and Interior Design News & Analysis
Time to Change the Language of Sustainable Design
Is the language regarding sustainable design achieving the outcomes required?
Community Collaboration Can Lead to Better Cities
The GBCA is calling for a new strategic and efficient approach for urban planning in NSW that they...
Five Reasons to Consider Cork in Interior Design
Beyond wine stoppers and the office pinboard, cork is an incredibly green and versatile product when used in...
Green Ventilation Cools College Using Air Buoyancy
A California community college has enhanced its green building credentials by adopting a buoyancy-driven ventilation system which dispenses...
Seattle Elementary School Meets the Living Building Challenge
A Seattle elementary school has become home to the world's fourth fully certified "living building."
Zero Carbon Building Wins Hong Kong’s Inaugural Engineering Innovation Award
Hong Kong’s Zero Carbon Building has won the "Champion of the Innovation Award for the Engineering Industry" from...
America’s First Net-Zero Museum
The Exploratorium, San Francisco’s world renowned centre for science and art, has incorporated a raft of green...
Architects Lean on Nature for Inspiration
Architects and builders are increasingly looking to nature for inspiration in devising projects based on sound ecological practices...
Jakarta Makes Green Building Mandatory for High Rises
The Indonesian capital of Jakarta will make green building measures mandatory for new high-rise buildings as of the...
Page 3 of 47
© 2012 DesignBuild Source. All rights Reserved. Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited.