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How about that Atlanta BeltLine?

As cities continue to implement creative redevelopment plans that would revitalize the business community while simultaneously encouraging migration back to urban […]

Form-Based Codes – Designing the 21st Century City

It seems fitting that we kick-off our new Neighborhood Design Blog with a discussion on form-based codes. Form-based codes have been used for […]

A-cero Ltd.

We just added A-cero Ltd. to the list of Studio4’s favorite chillin’ websites. A-cero is an architectural and […]

Mixed Use: Too Many Eggs in One Basket?

Normally, this article would be rotated in and out of the Current News & Events section. However, given the […]

What’s in a Green Building Product Label?

This recent article in Professional Remodeler, written by Michelle Desiderio, director of Green Building Programs, NAHB Research Center, […]

Energy Efficient Home Landscapes

Trees are being cut down to make way for new single-family homes, which then often sit on bare […]

Demolition or Deconstruction?

Demolition and Deconstruction – aren’t they effectively the same? In a sense yes, as each requires the removal […]

California’s Carpet Stewardship Program

From the USGBC California Regional Chapter: Carpet alone is 3.2% of what is disposed of in California, according […]

Energy 101: Wind Turbines

Developed for over a millennium, today’s wind turbines are manufactured in a range of vertical and horizontal axis […]

Energy 101: Solar PV

Solar photovoltaic (PV) systems can generate clean, cost-effective power anywhere the sun shines. PV panels convert the energy […]

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