"We have moved away from the systems nature has provided to us, it's time we move back," says Ooze cofounder Eva Pfannes.
Once the center of controversy, El Equipo Mazzanti’s innovative Bicentenario Park restitches two divided districts in the Colombian city's historic core.
By banishing infrastructure facilities from sight, we avoid an important conversation about their potential—both functionally and aesthetically.
Architect Huy Bui wants to introduce plant life into the city's most unexpected corners.
Studio MISI-ZIIBI has developed a 100-year strategy for the lower Mississippi.
Digital mapping can be a powerful tool for analyzing a site’s biophysical and social context.
This year's pavilion will put the thorny issue of water management on the map.
An interview with the designer and author on the release of her new book, The Eye Is the Door.
Opinion: Is Green Globes a credible alternative to LEED?
Green Team #29 investigates the feasibility of bringing the city's erstwhile oyster population back to life.
Japan unveils its largest solar park as part of a larger effort to "re-think" energy.
By getting tourists out of their cars, the Tahoe City Transit Center protects its surroundings.
Dispatches from the field: Congo Street Initiative, Dallas
We have a wicked problem. As a society we waste an awful lot of materials. Consider, for instance, the sheer volume of packaging that hits the recycling bin after we open cheap consumer electronics and then replace them in rapid…