Branden is a writer and architectural designer living in Brooklyn. After graduating from the College of Architecture at Washington University in St. Louis, Branden practiced architecture in Louisville where he worked on several large LEED Certified buildings. Inspired by the relationships of sustainable architecture, urbanism, and the way we live, he began writing about all three. When not searching for the latest news on green design, Branden enjoys exploring the city on foot and bike and taking some time out in Prospect Park.
Photo by Matthew Snyder How do you blend the meditative and rejuvenating aspects of yoga with modern sustainable architecture? Peter Rose + Partners offers up an inspired solution with the
A British facility once used to test Cold War submarine technology has been converted into an award-winning modern house -- and it could all be yours for a cool £ 4 million (or a little over
Two eco-houses in Taastrup, Denmark have been built by the Danish Technological Institute in cooperation with Henning Larsen Architects to serve as a high-tech laboratory intended to guide the
Nestled behind a hedge at the top of a typical residential street in Brisbane, Australia, a large water tower has gone domestic. Faced with obsolescence, the 1940s cylindrical concrete tower in
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