Mr. Pitt's Neighborhood
With unswerving dedication to high architectural ideals, Make It Right is winning over a sometimes-skeptical public.
Data on 20 net zero homes shows significant reduction in monthly energy costs, among other intangible benefits. [continue reading]
Tom Marsik and Kristin Donaldson of Dillingham, Alaska, recently achieved the distinction of building the world's tightest residential building. The World Record Academy, an international organization that certifies world records, presented the award to their ... [continue reading]
A Passive House Is Put to the Test in the United States [continue reading]
Last September, 19 college teams with more than 4,000 students from around the world arrived on the National Mall's West Potomac Park. Their mission: Build a self-powered solar house for less than $250,000 to compete in architecture, energy ... [continue reading]
A home with a modest start wins the Most Energy-Efficient Home of the Year award for 2010 over 302 other EarthCraft-certified homes. [continue reading]
When I received an email from Larry Zarker of BPI, informing me that I had been inducted into the BPI ...
I grew up on the West Coast of Canada, and I have had the good fortune to spend lots of ...