Two Los Altos, California residents have installed several historic and traditional Hindu artifacts into their home, along with a series of green and sustainable technologies.
Georgia Tech has completed one of the largest green buildings in Atlanta, as the 220,000-square-foot undergraduate learning commons was recently finished.
The 2011 Solar Decathlon is a chance for students from colleges around the country to showcase their skills and knowledge in sustainable energy through a presentation of technology related to housing and green building.
The Woodhole Duplex is a project that took a previously run-down residence that neighbors saw as an eyesore, and turned it into an energy efficient home that adds value to the neighborhood.
The 16,000-square-foot building on Forestdale Drive in Burlington, North Carolina, that houses the Proponent Federal Credit Union has incorporated the latest in environmentally friendly technologies in an effort to reduce its carbon footprint.
Two new faculty residences for the Portsmouth Abbey School have been built on the campus as part of the organization's initiative to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions while providing a stylish home for teachers.
From radiant heating to natural materials, one man's vision of a green home offered inspiration for those who followed after him.
Officials from the Natural History Museum of Utah have announced that it will open in its new home early this winter.
A residence in Montreal has undergone a renovation project that was intended to give the home the look of a New York-style greystone town house.
The Recreation Centre/Residence Hall at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois, has received the LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council due to its effective use of green and sustainable technology.