Livegreenblog addresses issues relating to sustainable living, spanning architecture, ideas, initiatives, materials, workshops and exhibitions through to landscaping. As a daily source of inspiration based around creativity, it explores the green world by means of exclusive interviews with leading players in the sector and by live reporting of major architectural events. Because Livegreenblog isn't just a blog, it's an approach to the world of architecture that cuts across a multitude of disciplines.
Curated by Christiane Burklein
23-11-2020 - Materials
Outside In, the house designed by Bedaux de Bouwer and by i29 in the Netherlands, makes its connection with nature its strength. Here, the greenery seems to come from the outdoors into the interior to create a unique home.
20-11-2020 - News
The Emilio Ambasz Institute for the Joint Study of the Built and the Natural Environment is to be located on MoMA’s Midtown Manhattan campus within the Department of Architecture and Design. It will be dedicated to understanding the interaction between architecture and ecology. It was founded thanks to the donation of the famous designer and architect Emilio Ambasz, a visionary in the field of green architecture.
19-11-2020 - Design
German interior designer Kirsten Schwalgien has transformed the ground floor of listed local gem Casa Burés—one of the best examples of Modernist architecture in Barcelona’s Eixample district and designed in 1905 by Francesc Berenguer—into a state-of-the-art residential loft. The LoftBuresQ project also won the German Design Award.