Eco360 Energy Positive Villa in Arsuf, Israel, design by Geotectura Studio Architects: a sustainable home with excellent indoor air and light quality, reflecting the beautiful surroundings.
International House Sydney, Australia – design by Tzannes, architects wins Best Use of Certified Timber award at WAF 2018: world’s tallest engineered timber commercial building.
Danish practice 3XN is the architect behind a new experimental conference center and hotel where everything is adapted to the circulation of nature and where guests will get an idea of how it feels to live in a world without waste.
Most sustainable building project in the world? Last building plot of new urban district Ørestad, UN17 Village Copenhagen has tangible solutions for all of UN’s 17 sustainable development goals.
Built environment organisations call for urgent action on issues such as consumption, innovation and infrastructure: new report highlights UK’s inadequate performance against United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, including those for the built environment.
Hawkins\Brown and Architype complete first phase of Agar Grove, the UK’s largest Passivhaus development for London Borough of Camden, 38 socially-rented homes.
Off-site wood construction is the future of building: urbanisation is accelerating and creating pressure to increase housing construction. To answer this global challenge, construction needs to be quicker and more ecological.
New energy storage tower for Stadtwerke Heidelberg (SWH), Germany. Solar and wind energy heats up water for an extensive regional heating network. LAVA’s design transforms new water tank into a dynamic sculpture, a city icon.
Lego for grown-ups – Mjøstårnet Norway uses a completely new and untested assembly technique.
At over 80 metres tall, it is 30 metres higher than the world’s tallest timber building.
Designed by Giulietti / Schouten Architects, Rangers Ridge House Situated on the edge of a canyon overlooking the Deschutes River, the existing ranch house lacked personality, unlike its charismatic owners.
Lightbox 23 was designed by Steelhead Architecture. Many custom home projects have achieved the net zero status but very few developers have committed to this level of high performance construction.
Callaughtons Ash, Much Wenlock housing design by Architype – £2m exemplar Passivhaus residential scheme: South Shropshire Housing Association’s commitment to sustainability, quality and eradicating fuel poverty for housing association residents was the driving force.
Advanced Tyvek® AirGuard® Smart offers a clever new way to control both airtightness and moisture. Now the complex needs of the modern building envelope can be met by a product that is both simple to work with and ingenious.
The Oxford Parks precinct is targeting a 4-Star Green Star Sustainable Precinct Pilot Rating, and each building will be encouraged to attain a minimum 4-Star Green Star Design certification. Solid Green Consulting