Vincent Callebaut's Wooden Orchids reimagines the shopping mall as a living, breathing ecotopia | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Wooden Orchids reimagines the shopping mall as a living, breathing ecotopia

Vincent Callebaut designed a beautiful shopping center mimicking orchids that takes the guesswork out of conscientious consumerism in China

Insulated Concrete Building Envelope

Technical data for design and construction of Quad-Lock Insulated Concrete Forms ICF: resilient and sustainable building made easy

China's first vertical forest in Nanjing to include 1,100 trees and 2,500 shrubs | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

China's first vertical forest is rising in Nanjing

Nanjing Green Towers, promoted by Nanjing Yang Zi State-owned National Investment Group Co.ltd, will be the first Vertical Forest built in Asia. Located in Nanjing Pukou District (an area destined to lead the modernization of southern Jiangsu and.

CDL’s Tree House in Singapore set a new Guinness World Record with the world’s largest vertical garden.

World’s Largest Vertical Garden Sets Guinness Record at Singapore's Tree House

INFOGRAPHIC: Everything you ever wanted to know about LEED | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

INFOGRAPHIC: Everything you ever wanted to know about LEED

INFOGRAPHIC: Everything you ever wanted to know about LEED Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

This infographic breaks down how to build a sustainable house, providing simple options with excellent explanations.

Build a Sustainable House Infographic

I'd Love To Live In A Building Like This

I’d Love To Live In A Building Like This

Patrick Blanc has built some amazing living walls, such as this gorgeous "vertical garden" on the Musee du Quai Branly in Paris, designed by Jean Nouvel

Why build green #homes? Green building is smart building.  Aside from their obvious benefit to the environment, green buildings deliver financial savings, are more comfortable, healthier, return higher productivity rates and have higher resale values. #infographic

Why build green homes? Green building is smart building. Aside from their obvious benefit to the environment, green buildings deliver financial savings, are more comfortable, healthier, return higher productivity rates and have higher resale values.

Infographic: What the net-zero homes of the future will look like | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Infographic: What the net-zero homes of the future will look like

Net-zero homes are becoming more feasible for the average home owner. So what will the future of net-zero living look like?

This New Resort Spa Is Covered In Hanging Gardens

Pure Spa, Naman Retreat, Vietnam - MIA Design Studio Spectacular - check out the plans as well, really beautiful internal courtyard and transition spaces.

How To Build Your Green Home Infographic

Looking to build your green home? Check out this infographic! 13 Elements of a Dream Green Home-Infographic

How To Choose Green Building Materials

How To Choose Green Building Materials

Guide To Green Building Materials (although my LEED teacher has cautioned there are not many "true" "green" materials).

Green Building Trends in 2016 and Beyond #Infographic #Trends #Construction

Green Building Trends in 2016 and Beyond #Infographic

Old Lady Shipping Container House is a Modern Masterpiece | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Adam Kalkin's Old Lady House is a Modern Shipping Container Masterpiece

The Singapore skyline has been getting greener these days with new developments from some of the world's most renown architects. The latest design to join the trend is a new futuristic green building from architect Ken Yeang named Fusionopolis. A research

FUSIONOPOLIS: Singapore’s New Green Skyscraper

Norman Foster designs eco-friendly skyscraper (Singapore): This is incredible to see a full hotel skyscraper that is design specifically to reduce the energy used to heat, cool, and run the building.

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