Passiv haus, tiny houses, urban rooftops, shipping container apartments, and more!
A visionary architect teams up with Tesla and a hurricane-ravaged community in Puerto Rico to rewrite the region’s future – creating a blueprint for other regions around the world.
Trun-based architecture practice Atelier SCHMIDT GmbH designed the modern home, crafting it to blend in with the rural surroundings by taking on the appearance of an old Bernese farming house.
The firm included a number of sustainable features in order to make the shipping container house as environmentally friendly as possible.
Powered by solar energy, the tiny home is designed to pop up anywhere and follows sustainable principles from energy self-sufficiency to its use of healthy, natural materials.
Proposals for two low-energy ecohomes in the North East have recently secured planning approval – tale a quick look at the UK map of certified Passivhaus projects...
Miro Rivera Architects designed the Hill Country House for a very rural setting. It is independent of the municipal water supply, and provides its own heating and cooling via a geothermal system.
Crest Apartments was built on a slender, rectangular parcel in Van Nuys and serves as permanent supportive housing for those who formerly had no home.
After two years of sometimes gruelling hard work, Jayden Charlton’s home is finally finished. All 600 tires of it.
This retreat was reconstructed by hand with recycled materials and offers complete immersion in nature with minimal site impact.
The School in Port, designed by Zürich-based architecture firm Skop, also gives back to the community through excess energy production.
Warka Water, an innovative atmospheric water collector named after a tree native to Ethiopia, was designed by Italian architect Arturo Vittori and his team.
Michael and Tiffany Leung chose to use hempcrete, a nontoxic, hemp-based bio-composite material, to build Skyfarm.