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Wed, Oct 29, 2014 4:15 PM
The overwhelming success of the award-winning writer's Kickstarter campaign will allow him to investigate industrial farming from above.
University of Oregon architecture student Cameron Huber scores the top spot (and $2,000) in Hammer & Hand's beauty and brawn-seeking perFORM Design Competition.
Daron Joffe's new book, 'Citizen Farmers,' offers a fresh look at farming and gardening, and it starts the way any great plot begins — with good dirt.
Holst Architecture's lauded Bud Clark Commons project joins an eclectic assortment of noteworthy green buildings on the 2014 AIA COTE annual top 10 list.
Scientists used a variety of approaches, including genetic materials, archaeological evidence and linguistics to pinpoint central-east Mexico as the chili pepper source.
These exquisitely canopied tunnels are perfect examples of how nature can be carefully shaped over many years by humans and other external influences.
The gorgeously illustrated 'Prefabulous World' highlights some of the most cutting-edge, energy-efficient modular homes in the world.
A Seattle-based design firm best known for its repurposed cardboard creations tries its hand at small-scale adaptive reuse with absolutely gorgeous results. When can I move in?
Now that it's garnered national acclaim and established itself as one of the greenest homes in the Volunteer State, UT Knoxville's New Norris House is seeking a private buyer.
Some are beneficial, some not so much — but these experts will clear up the confusion.
So that you don't wind up gifting a most awesome matriarch something overly sentimental and/or last minute, a few singular Mother's Day gift suggestions ...
A Petaluma, Calif. family proves that even the most ramshackle out buildings can be transformed into cozy living spaces with a bit of hard work and creative design.
The second in a two-part look at the micro-housing magic that students at the Savannah College of Art and Design have worked on an underused campus parking structure.
The first in a two-part look at the micro-housing magic that students at the Savannah College of Art and Design have worked on an underused campus parking structure.
In northeast Thailand, musician Steve Areen has built a tiny igloo-esque abode that looks like a citrus-y spaceship but has all the comforts of home.
Neighbors of Brooklyn's Barclays Center have been seeing red over concert noise coming from the venue. Will a massive green roof help to damper the offending decibels?
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