Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
Mon, Dec 22, 2014 9:00 AM
Floating saunas, 3D printed houses, park-topped bridges and vegetation-clad public restrooms — never a dull moment in 2014.
Made from wood and canvas, Jero is a spiffy and super-lightweight take on traditional portable dwellings found throughout Central Asia.
Debuting at the California State Fair, The Wedge is a student-design state park shanty that blends rustic simplicity with a more modern, Millennial-friendly aesthetic.
When life gives you drippy garden hoses and cracked toilet seats, mend them with something that reeks like pink bubblegum.
Will razing abandoned properties in flood-ravaged neighborhoods stop flooding in the basements of homes that people live in?
This pantry staple isn't just good for your heart but for lots of other things around the house, too.
Fruit-bearing plants, piles of leaves and other backyard choices can bring birds and get rid of insects.
Looking for a stronger and easier-to-maintain alternative to wood? Look no further than aluminum.
Self-storage startup connects folks with stuff to stash (but nowhere in their own homes to stash it) with neighbors sporting unfilled attics and half-empty garages.
The much-adored green cleaning powerhouse reintroduces its home fragrance line with a collection of spray air fresheners powered by pressurized air technology.
Receiving fresh local produce is a great way to test yourselves as a chef and clean out your fridge.
Complimentary or not, Thomas Paino welcomes all the attention that his super-efficient Long Island City renovation is getting.
Get lost in the landscaping as you wind your way through these incredible creations.
Fashioned from 2 large plastic water tanks, this pint-sized caravan can be hitched to a car, boat or bike.
Uncle Ben meets 'Blade Runner' in this wild vertical farming concept that also incorporates aquaculture, wind energy and 'algae facades.'
Want a garden that blooms all season long? Use this chart as your starting point.
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