In the jungle of graphs, schemes, models and charts, understand better about passive building with Katrin Klingenberg, starting with the building envelope.
To adress the challenge, the Center for architecture invited three different architects at the Seaport Culture District to talk about their unconventional practice.
I had the chance this week to visit (thanks UGC!) the SIMS recycling facility in Sunset Park in Brooklyn. Let me explain how it works, in a few sketches.
Director of NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability explains the different paths the city is implementing to be more sustainable.
I am curions to see how our three speakers this afternoon envision this no-waste-anymore move!
You couldn’t make it? I attended for you the UN conference on the Future of Cities: an integrated approach to urban challenges.
Understand better the goals, methods and projects of TerreformOne with an exclusive interview of its Director of Innovation.
The New York AIA COTE organized a Proof+Beauty Award, rewarding designs that are at the same time sustainable – with supportive evidence – and beautiful.
For the climate week in NYC, a bunch of passionating events were organized to finally end with the People’s Climate March. This is how I had the chance to visit the LEED-certified Center for Spiritual Development, 124 East 31st Street.
An amazing, optimistic, motivating talk by Edward Mazria was held at the AIA NYC chapter on architects and urbanists environmental urgent responsibility. Here is a report.
Giuseppe Penone in Versailles and Tzuri Gueta in the Grandes Serres du jardin des plantes of Paris explore the same ideal of making art from/in/like nature.
“I don’t think sustainability is a design aesthetic” says Robert A. Stern
Dans ce TEDtalk, Catherine Mohr raconte comment elle construit sa maison selon le coût énergétique global des matériaux employés.