Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
Wed, Apr 22, 2015 3:30 PM
In a once iffy stretch of East Oakland, Tassafaronga Village stands as a model of affordable green housing done right.
Watch as a farming tool thousands of years old conquers modern lawn-cutting technology.
Less environmentally harmful farming is good, but it won't help us if the manure hits the fan.
Detroit adds a salvage component to its razing spree. Now it just needs a place to put truckloads of reclaimed building materials.
In rural stretches of Connecticut and Tennessee, two nature-surrounded retreats built for retirees.
These pioneers are sprouting produce indoors, no soil or sunlight required.
The after-school carpentry wizards at Sawhorse Revolution have big, community-bettering plans for micro-housing.
Because everything in sports is about one-upmanship, this garden will be the biggest MLB garden yet.
When you never have to lift a finger except to start an app, there are consequences.
Laminate flooring's reputation for volatile organic compounds is becoming a thing of the past.
It makes a whole lot more sense to put it there than in a tiny room with a toilet.
Get creative in sprucing up your yard with low-maintenance pavers.
As one Bay Area renter demonstrates, backyard-fresh kale and eggs and homeownership aren't necessarily exclusive.
Don't make a mountain of a literal mole hill. Follow these tips to a mole-free lawn.
Do we really need another building standard? Perhaps we do, if we really care about our health and well-being.
The weird, wonderful and world-changing converge yet again for the annual vertical design showdown.
Design devotee blogs about cities, innovation, architecture and green building.