In the decade since its completion, the Beddington Zero Energy Development (BedZED), a housing development in South London, has become an acclaimed case study for sustainable development. Read more
ScrapHouse was a temporary demonstration home which was built out of entirely scrap and reclaimed materials in front of San Francisco City Hall for World Environment Day 2005. Read more
Twelve|West is a 28-story mixed-use high rise in Portland’s emerging West End neighborhood that includes 17 floors of apartments, offices for the architect ZGF, and grade-level retail space. Read more
Richard Carlson was a Los Angeles developer who wanted to build a new home on the East Los Angeles industrial area where his family’s construction business used to store salvaged equipment and materials.
The Big Dig House is a single family residence outside Boston that looks very unlike its neighbors. Its most striking element is a massive exposed steel structure that seems reminiscent of highway infrastructure. Perhaps that is because it once did support an elevated highway. Read more