Green architecture is moderation and efficiency in energy and resource use, building space and materials, and impacts on natural ecosystems.
Our society is moving toward green and eco-friendly living in a number of different ways. There are a number of techniques you can use to inspire thoughts of green living, and one such opportunity is to create art that exemplifies the concepts of environmentalism.
Obviously the best way to do this is to create art that utilizes green and eco-friendly practices, so consider the following ways that you can take green practices to the next level by turning them into works of art.
Yeah, that’s right, a Beijing architect has built an environmentally-friendly egg-shaped house on the sidewalk in Beijing… and is living in it! The 24-year-old architect is Dai Haifei.
Guest author Jack Lundee of Everything Left provides us with this thoughtful and thought-provoking article on green spaces, green architecture and green infrastructure. The addition and/or substitution of green spaces … [Read full article]