The Cricket Trailer was developed by NASA architect Garrett Finney and is made of recycled furniture. It runs entirely on solar photovoltaics, making it energy efficient.
The green building sector is replacing mainstream practices as the incentive to develop buildings, furniture and technologies that are energy efficient and environmentally sustainable grows.
According to DesignBuildSource.com, green building in the US, especially in New York and Los Angeles, has taken off to the point where it is celebrated, promoted and recognized on a level that may soon outgrow mainstream industry efforts.
An exhibition for green interior design innovation, Dwell on Design, has brought to the surface the broad green industry that is currently practicing in the U.S. This year the exhibition is in L.A.
Among the items featured at the show was the Cricket Trailer, which was developed by NASA architect Garrett Finney. It is made of recycled furniture and runs entirely on solar photovoltaics, making it energy efficient.
What makes this green exhibition stand out from the rest is that it takes a creative and hedonistic perspective on sustainability. The goal is about designing creative structures that are resource conscious, rather than simply taking utilitarian approach energy saving.
Every business owner and senior manager is responsible for answering three key questions that guide the activities of their organization.
Sales for the FDM 300 group of companies fell 10.7 percent in 2008.
A stronger housing market would have a strong impact on the overall economy.
Nickell Moulding Co. shows that a switch to water-based finishes helps more than just the environment.
AHFA environmental conference draws capacity crowd.
Avian has reported that its lightweight board meets and exceeds the CARB 2 standards making it one of only a few suppliers of CARB 2 standard boards.
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