The revolution in 3D printed housing is well underway. But the challenge continues to be how to 3D print at an architectural scale? Additionally is there a way to print ‘in-situ’ or at the end location of whatever structure is being created? The answers are starting to become clearer now and in this recent project
Posts Categorized / green
What does it means to renovate “green?” Well it starts long before you think what you are going to use as your kitchen countertops because renovation or building new is often a wasteful process. The first thing to do is to start at the beginning and that means thinking about starting with an existing house.
In this interview with Peter Guinane, CEO of Oriole Landscaping, he shares why landscaping could be the thing which makes your house stand out in the neighbourhood! He also talks about how to work with other consultants on your project as well as how you can save money on your landscaping by doing a few
Over at recool (blog by Designers Westlake Reed Leskosky) there is a good review(including specs for energy consumption) of the MOCA Cleveland. What is interesting are the graphs which are available (see above) which show dramatically which areas of the building use the most energy. In this case the Gas Space Heating is responsible for
Click here to listen! Planning to do a renovation on a fixer-upper is a very savvy way to get the house you want in a neighborhood that might ordinarily be out of your price range. In this interview, you’ll hear how my neighbor, James, wanted to buy a house in a good neighborhood that was