Home temperature control doesn’t need to be so energy-intensive. The solution is better building design – look at Danny Forster & Architecture’s Omena House for example. It uses passive building design to control the building temperature with nature.
If you want to appear to have more room than you do, commercial folding glass doors are your answer. We've compiled a list of the ways they can add space to your business.
Trends in environmental building design have come and gone. In the 90’s, green building caught America’s attention but the term “green” turned sour with greenwashing. Sustainability took over the mainstream in the 2000’s and now it too is lost in translation and marketing schemes. The rising term is healthy building. No matter what the new trend is, when it comes to improving the built environment there is a single defining challenge: energy-efficient building design.
We spend 90% of our lives indoors behind walls that block us from nature. Closeness with nature has significant health benefits, including reduced risk of type II diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure. Shouldn’t we spend time in places that are healthy for us?