Architecture

Can we create a green American dream home? Can we take those green building methods to a larger scale? Can we build a green office park? PF Members think so.

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Challenges we face in the 21st century: - According to Professor Albert Barlett of the University of Colorado, "Modern agriculture is the use of land to convert petroleum into food." - Around the globe, the amount of arable farm land has been... Read More
A revolutionary technology we call Optimized Refrigferant Supply (ORS - US patent pending). ORS uses two temperature sensors rather than the usual single room sensor to calculate an exact balance between required comfort levels and energy... Read More
KMD Architects/Sprout Collective
What if every child had access to a sheltered, inspiring learning space? What if this learning space didn't harm the site on which it sits and could sustain itself by only the sunlight and water that fell on its roof. What if the space also educated... Read More
America is facing enormous social, economic and environmental costs associated with the 20 million vacant housing units and commercial space that is dragging down the national economy. These nonproductive real estate assets (liabilities) burden... Read More
This innovative procedure is able, to transform ordinary faucet water into an exceptionally forceful sanitizing cleanser used in advanced hospital surgical rooms, emulsifying oils/de-greaser and neutral cleanser, merely by running a little... Read More
It is a wind turbine that is placed on top of the A/C condenser. As the condenser is turned on the air rotates the the turbine blades. As the blades rotates it creates electric energy. The energy goes back into the house. Here is a link to my site... Read More
College campuses are energy guzzlers. I know because I just graduated from Indiana University. As an environmental enthusiast that is worried about the future of our planet, I don't know of a quicker, cheaper or more convenient way to avoid wasted... Read More
Sustainability in the City! This week we’re headed to the city, a place of great opportunity but also environmental dilemmas.  Cities are often criticized for high volumes of traffic and pollution, making them a difficult place to navigate and live... Read More
Planet Forward
By Chris Potter, Institute for Market Transportation Cross-posted from the Institute for Market Transportation In an ongoing series to highlight green buildings that go above and beyond in efficiency and innovation, this week we’re featuring a stand... Read More
It's the heart of summer, your friends are off catching tans in the tropics, and yet you're stuck in a cold, dark office devoid of sunlight. Human beings are not adapted for such an injurious lighting dynamic. According to the U.S. Green Building... Read More

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