27 Dec '16, 5pm

2016: The year in healthy homes

For almost a century, architects and designers have been working to design homes that are healthier for body and mind. In recent years, energy efficiency became paramount, and if not thought out carefully, could result in homes that were less healthy, due to lack of sufficient ventilation and moisture control. However heath and wellness has again become a big deal among architects, who realize that sustainability is about a lot more than just saving energy. The building industry is actually calling it "the next big thing." Stacy Glass of Cradle to Cradle notes:

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/green-architecture/2016-year-he...

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