Category Archives: Ecological Design

What is Sustainability

Examples for Sustainability                 The world’s population is divided into two main camps. There are those that believe that the earth is so huge and so resilient that nothing mankind can do can … Continue reading

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Ecological Buildings and Green Architecture.

Ecological building includes designing a building in such a manner that it does not have any kind of ecological implications. It includes both adopting an appropriate eco friendly technique to design the building as well as making sure the final … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Vertical Garden

Living with a cat, I know that it is almost impossible to keep them away from the flower pots. It’s really sad to find one morning that all the efforts you put into your mini-organic-garden went in vain because of … Continue reading

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Whitney Powers one of the “Most Influential Home and Design Professionals”

PRLog (Press Release) – Jul 01, 2010 – (CHARLESTON, SC) – Architect Whitney Powers, AIA, founding principal and president of Studio A, Inc., is featured in the summer edition of Charleston Home & Design magazine as one of the historic … Continue reading

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Green Walls in Buildings

Green walls are essentially a living, and therefore self-regenerating, cladding system using climbing plants. Whilst climbers have been used traditionally on buildings for centuries, modern methods using high-tensile steel cables have enabled the concept to be used far more adventurously. … Continue reading

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Glenn Murcutt – Sustainable Architecture

About Glenn Murcutt It is obvious that Glenn Murcutt is a more of a underdog in the architect scene today. He works with ordinary materials and on much smaller scales than his colegues. His Green Buildings are not luxurious and … Continue reading

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Architect Whitney Powers is featured in Charleston Home

PRLog (Press Release) – Architect Whitney Powers, AIA, founding principal and president of Studio A, Inc., is featured in the summer edition of Charleston Home & Design magazine as one of the historic city’s “Most Influential Home and Design Professionals” … Continue reading

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Casa Schierle – A Recent Project of Green Design in a Picturesque Village

Made of recyclable materials and designed in parallel to energy saving principles, Casa Schierle, by Matthias Benz Architecture & Design deserves the name “green design”. Continue reading

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The Crystalline Skin for 2014 Winter Olympics

Defining themselves as a global design practice specializing in creating environments that draw people and communities together for unforgettable experiences, Populous, (formerly sports part of HOK), has annonced that they been selected to design the main stadium for the 2014 … Continue reading

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Glenn Murcutt – the man who touches the earth lightly

Born 25 July 1936, Glenn Murcutt is an important Australian architect. He studied architecture from 1956 to 1961 at The University of New South Wales and always had an appreciation for simple, vernacular architecture. He is currently Visiting Professor of … Continue reading

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