Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
Thu, May 28, 2015 6:45 PM
Armed with a projector, camera and an arsenal of recipes, Table for Living lends waste-prone home chefs a helping hand.
In the modern kitchen it's just too easy to stuff your face. Here's how to reduce the temptation through good design.
Beauty abounds in the weather-warped details of Dwell Development's latest net-zero residence.
Will China's water-hogging golf developments be converted into much-needed farmland?
These fabulous and frugal designs will light up your rooms even more!
A turf expert explains how to have a lawn worthy of Major League Baseball.
Oregon city suspends the use of any insecticide containing neonicotinoids, but not everyone is happy.
Long associated with the Grim Reaper, the scythe is getting positive attention thanks to the BBC drama 'Poldark.'
If the language of plastic bag and film recycling isn’t exactly “clear” to you, you’re not alone. But recycling advocates are working hard to simplify it.
Don't think highway advertising and hydroponic farming are simpatico? Think again.
With the Living Building Challenge under its belt, the facility is being heralded as one of the greenest buildings in the world.
Retired pro snowboarder Mike Basich is an expert at both shreddin' and sheddin' square footage.
In 'Floating Flower Garden,' 2,300 living flowers are suspended from the ceiling and they rise and fall around visitors as they move throughout the garden. [Video]
IKEA applies its flat-pack prowess to an innovative line of modular refugee housing units to be distributed by the UN.
Get organized and whip your garage into shape with these spring cleaning tips.
The International Passive House organization and its rambunctious upstart child in the U.S. are changing the game this week.
Design devotee blogs about cities, innovation, architecture and green building.