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HKS Redevelops One Dallas Center into Their LEED Platinum Global Headquarters

HKS Redevelops One Dallas Center into Their LEED Platinum Global Headquarters

One Dallas Center, also known as Patriot Tower, was originally designed by I.M. Pei & Partners in 1979, but over the years became financially bankrupt and left vacant. HKS decided to make their new

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Nissan Says There’s “No Charge to Charge” for New LEAF Owners in Texas

Nissan Says There’s “No Charge to Charge” for New LEAF Owners in Texas

Nissan has announced that owners of the all-electric Nissan LEAF in the Dallas-Fort Worth and greater Houston areas will have free, unlimited access to the eVgo network of public charging stations

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George W. Bush Library Gets a “Climate Hero Award” for Achieving LEED Platinum Status

George W. Bush Library Gets a “Climate Hero Award” for Achieving LEED Platinum Status

In an ironic turn of events, the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum received a "Climate Hero Award" from California Senator Barbara Boxer on Monday. While the architects who designed facility

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Koa Produces World’s First “Organic” Bottled Water

Koa Produces World’s First “Organic” Bottled Water

If the concept of bottled water strikes you as an environmental disaster, hold onto your reusable canteen - a company called Koa just launched the "world's first organic bottled water." Yes, you read that

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Grandparents Build a Fairytale Treehouse for Lucky Grandchildren

Grandparents Build a Fairytale Treehouse for Lucky Grandchildren

A couple of lucky boys in Dallas have their very own fairytale treehouse that was built for them by their grandparents. Steve and Jeri Wakefield hired James Curvan to design the multi-level treehouse,

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Grandparents Build an Amazing Victorian-Style Treehouse for their Lucky Grandkids

Grandparents Build an Amazing Victorian-Style Treehouse for their Lucky Grandkids

Back in the day, our grandparents didn't give us much more than a handful of toffees and a few shiny nickels. But these lucky grandsons received something much more spectacular from theirs—an

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16-Year-Old Student Uses Fruit Flies to Investigate Benefits of Organic Produce

16-Year-Old Student Uses Fruit Flies to Investigate Benefits of Organic Produce

Anyone who has ever taken a course in biology or left produce out on the counter for a little too long will recognize the noble fruit fly. Easy to breed, feed and observe, they are the subject of choice

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LEED Platinum-Certified George W. Bush Presidential Library Opens in Dallas

LEED Platinum-Certified George W. Bush Presidential Library Opens in Dallas

Each president gets a library and museum to house his collection of material, gifts and artifacts received during his time in office. The George W. Bush Library is housed on the edge of SMU, which is the

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The Congo Street Initiative Revived a Downtrodden Dallas Neighborhood With Renovated Green Homes

The Congo Street Initiative Revived a Downtrodden Dallas Neighborhood With Renovated Green Homes

Before work began, Congo Street was a collection of small houses in a state of disrepair. Many residents had lived there for years in houses that had been handed down from parents or grandparents, but the

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Thom Mayne’s Perot Museum of Nature and Science Nears Completion in Dallas

Thom Mayne’s Perot Museum of Nature and Science Nears Completion in Dallas

Photo by Mark Andrew Boyer for Inhabitat As visitors approach the new Perot Museum on opening day next month, they'll be struck by the building's dynamic facade. With its undulating, geologic

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Klyde Warren Park Adds Much-Needed Green Space Atop the I-35 Freeway in Downtown Dallas

Klyde Warren Park Adds Much-Needed Green Space Atop the I-35 Freeway in Downtown Dallas

Photo by Mark Andrew Boyer for Inhabitat At just over 5 acres, Klyde Warren Park isn't a big park -- it spans just two city blocks. It's big enough to make an impression, and to help Dallas transition

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City of Dallas Bombarded With Duet Pesticide to Kill West Nile Virus Mosquitoes

City of Dallas Bombarded With Duet Pesticide to Kill West Nile Virus Mosquitoes

Crop duster photo from Shutterstock The mayor of Dallas Mike Rawlings has declared a state of emergency as 381 cases of West Nile virus have been reported so far this year, and the disease has already

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Santiago Calatrava Unveils the Dramatic New Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas

Santiago Calatrava Unveils the Dramatic New Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas

The Trinity River has five branches and flows through the entire state of Texas. Passing through major cities like Dallas and Fort Worth, the river is an iconic piece of the Lone Star State. From first

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Forwarding Dallas Hill-Filled Design Wins Re:Vision Dallas Competition!

Forwarding Dallas Hill-Filled Design Wins Re:Vision Dallas Competition!

The winner of the extremely exciting Re:Vision Dallas competition to create a completely sustainable community on a run-down city block in downtown Dallas was just announced yesterday – and

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Plans for the Green George W. Bush Presidential Center Released

Plans for the Green George W. Bush Presidential Center Released

All U.S. Presidents get a center named after them upon completion of their term in the White House, and George W. is no exception. Plans for his presidential center were just revealed, and considering how

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Xero Project Set To Green the City of Dallas

Xero Project Set To Green the City of Dallas

“What if one block in Texas became the sustainable model for the world? What if everything we knew and believed about design needed to change? What if we need to change along with it?” David Baker +

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