Raising a Family in Tight Quarters

Raising a Family in Tight Quarters

Spartan-style tiny homes are popping up everywhere across the country. Call it what you will: a shift towards sustainable living; a natural response to a recessed economy; a necessary move by a generation burdened by enormous debt. Whatever it is, the movement is...
A Home to Hang Your Hat In – Clothesline Tiny Homes

The CNC House

The architects at 1:1 Arkitektur would like us to believe that they have built a home of the future. And we may just believe them. It’s not so much the home itself that is futuristic but the manner in which it was built. And that manner itself does not involve...
Raising a Family in Tight Quarters

Green Mortgage Rising

According to Builder Magazine (online), the arrival of two HUD programs that attract private investors to energy efficient incentives spells headway for the green mortgage industry. One program is called the Energy Innovation Fund, which will award $25 million in...
LEED Pushes Back LEED 2012 Ballot

LEED Pushes Back LEED 2012 Ballot

Caving under member pressure and stakeholders, the USGBC recently announced that the ballot for LEED 2012 has been pushed back to June 1, 2013. It will also be renamed LEED v4. A message from USGBC President, CEO & Founding Chairman Rick Fedrizzi lays out the...