Before the blockbuster green building event kicks off this week in the "workshop of the world," these unique themes are already emerging.
Movable, green and glass walls are just one aspect of this company's customizable designs, which count Google and eBay as clients.
Alternate formats with less stringent transparency cause a kerfuffle.
The new ice cream factory may be the first facility of its kind to be LEED-certified. Here's why.
The living wall at the Palace Hotel will capture rainwater, improve air quality and regulate the temperature inside the hotel.
Building Information Modeling can reduce waste and boost energy efficiency.
Italian startup Green Prefab is teaming with Microsoft to develop a simulation and modeling service for architects and engineers.
Why should green building merely do less harm? The CEO of the International Living Future Institute explains.
Using nano-optics to mimic a butterfly wing creates an ink-free image that's brighter than a hologram and impossible to counterfeit.
Dynamic glass that responds to glare and heat can make buildings smarter, and Sage is ready to produce millions of square feet of it.
Half of the top 10 buildings chosen as exemplary green design for 2013 are in California, including a revamped warehouse in San Francisco.
Implementing a measurement and verification plan is essential to meet facility sustainability goals.
Smart, connected buildings currently promise more than they can deliver, at least if we don't pass the baton properly from design teams to operations teams.
Stanford University will chronicle the sustainability movement through the eyes of William McDonough via writings, conversations and tweets.
Since 2008, Harvard's Office for Sustainability has unified the campus around its ambitious set of sustainability goals.
Architects have a historic opportunity to transform the ever-growing built environment's impact for the better.
A new green-property index promises to put portfolio managers under the microscope.
What's black and white and green all over? The 140-year-old factory that makes some of the world's finest pianos.
The San Francisco Bay Area is already a trailblazer, so it's not surprising the area might be the most likely to withstand a disaster arising from climate change in the U.S.
Improving energy efficiency in U.S. buildings by just 10 percent could reduce national energy costs by $20 billion. Is Obama's second term a new opportunity to create policy change?