Fabulous Do It Yourself Hobbit Hole … Costs Only $300 To Build!
Let’s see, what’s the last thing you spent $300 on? DMV renewal fees? A new laptop? Rent? We live in a culture where a lot of us subsist on very little, but we’re trained by those who have a lot of money to think less of what we do have. But it’s amazing what you can do with $300 if you have the creativity and determination to make something incredible happen.
Green Infrastructure | US EPA
To promote the benefits of green infrastructure, help communities overcome barriers to using GI, and encourage the use of GI to create sustainable and resilient water infrastructure that improves water quality and supports and revitalizes communities.
Spiky Sea Urchin-Inspired Hydroelectric House Converts Wave Energy into Electricity
Dr. Margot Krasojević unveiled designs for a futuristic hydroelectric house in Llandudno, Cape Town.
Floating solar-powered Waternest eco-home is nearly 100% recyclable
Architect Giancarlo Zema and EcoFloLife developed WaterNest 100, an adorable ecological floating habitat.
LILYPAD: Floating City for Climate Change Refugees
There are very few urban design solutions that address housing the inevitable tide of displaced people that could arise as oceans swell under global warming. Certainly none are as spectacular as this one. The Lilypad, by Vincent Callebaut, is a concept for
Intercontinental Sanya Resort / WOHA
Completed in 2011 in Sanya, China. Images by Patrick Bingham Hall. © Patrick Bingham-Hall The Intercontinental Sanya Resort is in Sanya, Hainan, China’s tropical island and comprises of a hotel with 350 rooms and...