Passive House The idea of the Passive house was first developed by Professors Bo Adamson of Lund University in Sweden and Wolfgang Feist from the Institute for Housing and the Environment in Germany. The idea was hatched in May 1988…
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Alan Baddeley There are lots of ways you can make your home more energy efficient and water efficient. It all depends on your budget and the current state of your house. As far as being green goes the old adage…
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It may be 93 million miles away, but the power of the sun is so strong you can feel it when you walk outside. The sun provides energy that is cheap, clean, and nearly everywhere human beings live and work.…
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The phrase ‘paperless office’ evokes an image of an office that is free from files, folders and over-flowing ‘to do’ trays… could life possibly be that simple? Actually with a few quick changes it could be! If you can manage to…
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Josi Hanson – project manager One of the central tenets of green interior design is the need to carefully husband natural resources so that a home can be more sustainable. One of the main ways this can be achieved is…
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In today’s world of instant communication, traveling for business purposes is not as common as it used to be. Still, situations arise where talking with clients face to face or attending a workshop or conference are necessary elements of the…
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One of the primary concerns of green interior design is to provide a healthy indoor environment for people. One of the many things that can cause health problems in a home is mold. It can be hard to control mold…
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Green lighting is a term being thrown around a lot lately, be it in design magazines, lighting showrooms, or home improvement shows. But what exactly is green lighting? Green lighting is a general term that encompasses a wide range of…
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