SolHaus, finished last year, has been recognized for creativity, sustainability, and innovation.
An exhibition presented by American Institute of Architects (AIA)’s Seattle chapter will explore this meeting of buildings and technology that can sometimes feel like science fiction.
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Check out what Seattle's first mixed-use project that meets Passive House Institute US standards might look like
Dwell Development steps up green construction and design once more
The latest in a long line of reimaginings for this Seattle structure is complete
Care about preserving nature? There's a program for that. King County has a Public Benefit Rating System (PBRS) that offers homeowners an incentive to "voluntarily preserve open space, farmland or forestland on their property".
Winner of an Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects, this unobtrusive cabin is practically a part of the landscape by design.
Well-meaning Seattleites are putting too many non-biodegradable produce bags in their compost bins, which is damaging the city’s composting machines
Emerald Star’s solar panel system actually helped the house produce more energy than it consumed, resulting in a monthly credit from the city for the energy supplied back into the grid. In other words, this house isn't net zero, it's net positive.
The Wallingford building is the first commercial building to do so
Imagine the cocktail that could use such a cube.
Next year, Seattle City Light will launch a pilot program that includes installing charging stations for electric cars in a few hundred homes as well as setting up 20 fast-charging stations around Seattle free of charge.
We don't know what this 3-BR in Madison Park looked like before Scott Erickson and Rodger Benson bought it but apparently it wasn't the looker it is today. Anna Mihkels of MihkelsWright came in and went about recreating the aesthetic of the house.
Plans call for Seattle's first mixed-use project that meets Passive House Institute US standards.