Practice | The newly-appointed chair of the World Green Building Council, Lee Siang Tai, discusses how we can create sustainable cities.
News | Tesla and SolarCity announce new technology that allows homes to capture solar energy through integrated rooftop solar tiles.
Review | Partner Content: A look at some of Vo Trong Nghia Architects’ projects in urban Vietnam that incorporate biophilic design.
Practice | Fabrizio Calenti discusses his company’s quest to turn post-consumer waste products into nylon yarn for the carpet industry.
Review | Stronger than steel and able to withstand compression better than concrete, this raw tubular material is making a comeback.
News | Australian company Big World Homes has designed a modular, flat-packed tiny home to create off-grid homeowner communities.
Review | Architect Russell Devlin discusses home battery storage systems and whether this solar technology is now coming of age.
News | A Melbourne town will become the world’s first Tesla suburb with the installation of Tesla Powerwall technology within houses.
Practice | Two Kiwi designers who specialise in sustainable architecture discuss how we can maximise energy efficiency in our homes.
Review | The NZGBC Sustainable Housing Summit looked at how we can better improve our built environment, both locally and overseas.
Practice | Thousands of Totara tree seeds will be planted for future generations to use, thanks to the Totara Legacy Project.
Practice | Lynne Elvins examines the issue of plastics recycling at both ends of the process, and explores design-centric solutions.
Practice | Stephen Voyle, founder of Context Architects, discusses sustainability and green building practice in New Zealand.
Practice | Do landscape architects have the ability to alter behaviours in the direction of sustainability?
Practice | Green Party co-leader James Shaw on why New Zealand’s sustainability progress has not kept pace with much of the world.
Practice | Labelling tools are now helping architects choose material products to help sustain the health of a building’s occupants.
News | The Dutch city of Rotterdam is home to the world’s first “vacuum cleaner” structure that turns smog into fresh air.
Practice | Owner-occupiers take note: solar technology is not only good for your public image, it also helps your bottom line.
News | The Sydney Opera House has been awarded a 4-Star Green Star Performance rating by Green Building Council of Australia.