Designers were no longer choosing between old conventional construction versus attempting to be environmentally conscious. The choice became levels of distinction. How green should the building be? LEED buildings were celebrated, and rigor was being applied to the levels of LEED.
Guest Blog: Modern Architecture and Design Society (MA+DS) “In 2013, Adam Reiser and his family found out that their beloved house was filled with a dangerous toxin that was making them […]
Guest blog by Zach Williams These days, everyone is all about modern home designs and going green. Luckily, you do not have to choose between one or the other when […]
The annual Built Green Conference aims to provide valuable, cutting edge information on green building and sustainability. It will cover a wide variety of topics that impact the world of […]
Granite walls, marble floors, and heavy timbers, that’s the way to build a sustainable house – or it was for palaces and castles. While that may look sustainable (go check […]