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25 March, 2013
Today’s green news: Green micro-flats for San Francisco
US shale gas could heat British homes within 5 years, in The Guardian
Report argues New York could be powered entirely by renewable energy by 2030, here.
Greener PV panels in development by IBM, here.
And finally… Pre-fabricated micro-flats aim for LEED Platinum, on EarthTechling.
21 June 2012ajsustainability
Today’s green news: Rooftop vegetable garden at new Twitter HQ
18 June 2012ajsustainability
Today’s green news: Wetlands-inspired ecosanitation system in San Francisco Civic Centre
23 May 2012ajsustainability
Today’s green news: Architecture Sans Frontières – UK ‘urban green’ receive silver award in RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2012 Environmental Awards
27 September 2013Iain Borden
As skateboarders lose their battle to win ‘village green’ status for Southbank’s undercroft, Iain Borden, professor of Architecture and Urban Culture at UCL, discusses its future
16 November 2012Hattie Hartman
I never thought I’d long for ExCel!
29 November 2012Hattie Hartman
The UK is leading the way in integrated design, says Hattie Hartman
31 October 2014Jim Dunton
An awards scheme saluting Europe’s best architecture and design talent aged under 40 has listed just one UK practitioner in its 2014 tally
27 August 2012Richard Waite
Facebook has confirmed it is working with starchitect Frank Gehry on a 40,000m² expansion of its existing headquarters
30 November 2012Hattie Hartman
Women in Green Power breakfast, the Living Building Challenge, and William McDonough
30 April 2014Hattie Hartman
Hattie Hartman reports from Open-City’s own Green Sky Thinking event
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