Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
Fri, May 01, 2015 3:30 PM
The PURE|IF|HIDE collection sits pretty at the intersection of function, beauty and extreme recyclability.
Once an act of guerrilla gardening, Los Angelenos can now grow curbside veggie plots without pricey permits.
Most apartment dwellers aren't aware where their air is coming from — but they should be.
Architect William Maclay brings some sense and sensibility to a complicated discussion.
Sorry IKEA shoppers, but there will be no concealing yourself in aisle 6, bin 12.
The Swirl Faucet also saves water, so long as you aren't completely beguiled by its beauty.
To go net-zero it's better to try and reduce demand than to increase supply. Here are some very good places to start.
You can create a haven for birds and other creatures by using native plants — and one very handy tool.
Just ask Jenna and Guillaume, who quit their 9-to-5 jobs to pursue their dream of touring North America in a custom-built tiny house.
Tackle household stains, smells and general grossness with these handy tricks.
Who knows? It's too confusing and may not even make any sense as a target.
A quick handle replacement can add personality to just about any piece of furniture.
SwimCity is a housing concept for young Swedes who don't mind donning goggles or hopping in a canoe as part of their commute.
From backyard chicken keepers to serious sheep shearers, these online storytellers celebrate the rural life.
'Vertical Churches' give viewers a head-turning look at some of the most beautiful religious architecture in the world.
This signature Georgia export has enthusiastic fans, a colorful history — and a bureaucratic hurdle to overcome.
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