This tilted, ecologically savvy model dwelling near Larvik, Norway, actually creates more energy than it consumes—a “plus house,” it’s called. Brought to life by the combined creative genius of the Research Centre on Zero Emission Buildings and design firm Snøhetta.
The winner of the City of Dreams Pavilion Competition 2010, the sustainable design of Ann Ha and Behrang Behin’s Living Pavilion, was installed on New York's Governors Island for the summer 2010 season as a temporary central gathering and assembly point for arts activity on the island. Living Pavilion was a low-tech, low-impact installation that employed milk crates as the framework for growing plants, similar to a green wall. The pavilion’s surface is planted with hanging shade-tolerant…
KODA is a tiny solar-powered house that can move with its owners
10/10 Personal Pin This infographic is super relevant, as both Alabama and my home state of Tennessee are experiencing incredibly severe droughts. Conserving water is super important, and also a very easy way to lead a more sustainable life.
". . . the Earthship is the epitome of sustainable design and construction. No part of sustainable living has been ignored in this ingenious building." Earthships can be built in any part of the world, in any climate and still provide electricity, potable water, contained sewage treatment and sustainable food production.