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At Sweetwater Spectrum, the first residential community in the nation to be geared specifically for autistic adults, sustainable and autism-specific design merge with beautiful results.
When it comes to blower door tests, the second time's a charm for a built-on-spec passive house located in Seattle's Columbia Station green micro-community.
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A New Jersey couple is selling their Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home with one major stipulation: in order to save it from flooding, the buyer must relocate it ... preferably to a village in Tuscany.
The co-founder of MNN and keyboardist for the Rolling Stones profiles new innovations that are making houses healthier and more efficient.
Those delightfully witty infographic wizards over at Movoto.com provide an obvious answer by wrangling up the myriad benefits of green roof-ery.
Setting out to tell the story of the tiny house movement in an easy-to-digest infographic, Ryan Mitchell launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the project. Not surprisingly, it got a big response.
In Providence, the biggest city in America's smallest state, comes a 48-unit micro-apartment complex that aims to revive a struggling 19th-century indoor shopping center.
The Eames Foundation launches a 250-year conservation campaign to help protect and preserve the Pacific Palisades studio and home of the beloved modern design duo.
Furnishings that pull double or triple duty really earn their keep.
Here's how to make a small space look and feel bigger without adding an inch.
Modernist architecture, feral cats, charitable sorority girls ... there's a little something for everyone in this story out of the famed campus of Florida Southern College.
Here's a way to get wood paneling without so much work.
A 1955 Usonian Automatic home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright is for sale in the Cincinnati 'burbs for $1.788M. Here's hoping that whoever buys it grants the home's current owner visitation rights.
Finally, a lamp that's good enough to eat ... or devour with your lover '9 1/2 Weeks'-style. For Stockholm Design Week, designer Alexander Lervik debuts an LED lamp with a slowly melting chocolate shade.
You might be surprised to know what nature can tell you about your home's energy efficiency.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.