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

Use these eco-friendly materials in your walls, floor, roof and more for a greener home!

Green Material Guide For Your Home

sound absorbing wall tiles made from "wood wool" available in 8 colors #interior #sound #hexagon

Colorful Hexagonal Wall Tiles Made From Sound-Absorbing "Wood Wool"

Hexagon by FORM US WITH LOVE is a wood wool cement product that was produced in collaboration with the Sweden-based company TRÄULLIT. The stylish wall decor is a sound-absorbing material that also adds a wicked pixelated effect to any studio space.

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

TR10: Green Concrete - Technology Review

TR10: Green Concrete

A green technology concept where concrete is able to adsorb carbon dioxide to reduce to our carbon footprint in construction.

Ha house 2 sustainable architecture by Vo Trong Nghia

Sustainable Architecture Showcased By 10 Houses That Also Have Green Spaces

Stacking green / Vo Trong Nghia + Daisuke Sanuki + Shunri Nishizawa one of my favourite small site home projects stairs Architeture greenspace

Eking it Out table is made out of recycled table legs | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Eking it Out table is made out of recycled table legs

"Why we are always striving for something new and not re-using what we already have?" That's the question Rupert Herring asked with his recycled table made out of table legs.

This tilted, ecologically savvy model dwelling near Larvik, Norway, actually creates more energy than it consumes—a “plus house,” it’s called. Brought to life by the combined creative genius of the Research Centre on Zero Emission Buildings and design firm Snøhetta.

design office snøhetta and the research center on zero emission buildings partnered up to realize a pilot house near the norwegian town of larvik.

The Dieline Package Design Awards 2013: Sustainable Packaging Award - Sustainable Expandable Bowl — The Dieline | Packaging & Branding Design

The Dieline Package Design Awards 2013: Sustainable Packaging Award - Sustainable Expandable Bowl

The Dieline Package Design Awards Sustainable Packaging Award - Sustainable Expandable Bowl

Pinterest
Search