Green Roofs are Soaring: Turning an Under Used Part of a Building Into a Major Asset

Green Roofs are Soaring: Turning an Under Used Part of a Building Into a Major Asset

Green roofs are gorgeous living architecture – visible, beautiful, useable and valuable to tenants and building owners alike, as well as migratory wildlife.

'Put Your Hands In Some Dirt': Rooftop Garden Delivers Food, Improved Mental Health

'Put Your Hands In Some Dirt': Rooftop Garden Delivers Food, Improved Mental Health

A rooftop garden in the heart of the city is allowing London's Youth Opportunities Unlimited (YOU) to supply its successful street-level café with fresh herbs and vegetables.

Trendy 'Living Wall' Installed at Grand Rapids Wastewater Treatment Plant

Trendy 'Living Wall' Installed at Grand Rapids Wastewater Treatment Plant

A storage building in the back of the city's property at 1300 Market Ave. SW has two sides covered in native greenery. 

New York City's Javits Center Releases First Sustainability Report

New York City's Javits Center Releases First Sustainability Report

New York City's Javits Center has released a sustainability report that details a host of sustainable initiatives that have been implemented at the convention facility, including a significant reduction in the building's energy consumption and the creation of a wildlife sanctuary.

Meet the Architects Blurring the Lines Between House & Garden

Meet the Architects Blurring the Lines Between House & Garden

There was no room for a tree on the 11-metre by 4.5-metre site, so the house became the garden, changing colour with the seasons, architect David Luck says.