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Trellis system - morning glory and stainless steel cables as a screen to block morning sun

Plek fietshok of pergola? Steel cables for creepers, Garden House / Tetawowe Atelier

Edible courtyard: In courtyards, garden beds tend to be narrow or sheltered so the rain does not always reach these spots. This edible garden is irrigated, full of herbs and vegies and provides enough space for chickens. New soil is created from compost in bins located beneath a long timber-grille platform. The raised garden beds have enough depth of soil to support small trees and vegetables. Image: Sydney Organic Gardens

Kate Smalley from Small Spaces Garden Design explains how to make the most of courtyards, balconies and vertical spaces.



USA Pavilion Expo Milano 2015 | Biber Architects in collaboration with Genius…

Buildings account for a big quantity of land. Sustainable building evidently requires creativity, terrific planning, and obviously, resourcefulness.

5-Star Green Star rating in Bowden: What it means for you

Renewal SA has set an impressive standard by aiming for at least a Green Star rating for Bowden. This is well above best practice standards, and it me.

Cover image for Cities Alive: Towards a walking world

New Report Highlights the Many Benefits of Urban Walkability

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Green Roof in the City - Sustainable House Day

Qualities of a walkable city These seven urban qualities have not surprised…

Qualities of a walkable city These seven urban qualities have not surprised planners and real estate people in the region. Rather it confirms what is already known that people in Stockholm search for walkability and high quality public space.

The SAHMRI: Performance driven | ArchitectureAU

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Building carefully oriented and designed to take advantage of passive solar energy to drive heating, cooling and ventilation.