Green Living

vegetable garden

Here are 10 tips to help you start your own vegetable garden so you can indulge in some homegrown produce.

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cyclical architecture

Cyclical Environments

Responsive architecture is not comprised only from incorporation of micro-organisms within the fabric of a building, it also implies development of nature inclusive ideas that are less wasteful and more energy efficient.

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Bio materials

Biomimetic Material Innovations

One direction towards responsive architecture gravitates towards is the creation of new materials that would help create a more sustainable urban fabric. Some of these materials could be considered biomimetic...

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coffee pods

Coffee pods are convenient, but they are terrible for the environment. The good news is that numerous eco-friendly options exist to help you make your coffee drinking greener!

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Things difficult to recycle

Learn to look at the world in a new way. That item that seems impossible to recycle might be just what a local group needs to make something new and exciting. Here is a list of hard to recycle items and how you can recycle them.

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Responsive architecture

Responsive Architecture

Through responsive architecture, we let nature enhance our urban environment and create a natural and balanced living scenario with properties such as water filtration, air filtration and energy generation.

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Plants in the city

Incorporating Plants in the Existing Urban Fabric

One might argue that in some cases, the trees and other plants would act purely as an aesthetic layer onto an environmentally inefficient and costly project, however there will be exceptions to this case...

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Lower your electricity bill

Some of the best ideas for saving electricity do require some upfront investment, and you might see that as a deterrent if you’re on a tight budget. But you have to look at the bigger picture.

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Green building

The main challenge of the green building codes is the fact that all aspects of a building and its operation are connected. You can’t separate energy use from aesthetics, occupant satisfaction or material use...

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Use of nature elements

Use of Elements from Nature

One interesting and challenging way of thinking of buildings would be as living entities. Incorporating functions such as air filtration, rain harvesting and other, through smartly designed facades...

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