Green_Building_Websites This list of websites deals with Sustainability Issues! Click on the link to download the PDF. Some have a homeowner’s focus, while others talk about real estate values and real estate law with respect to green technologies in a building. Still others may approach the topic from a City point of view.
From time to time, I will post about websites that deal with Sustainability in its many permutations: architecture, real estate, city planning, historic preservation, and energy. The following list will start us off with connections to a broad selection of technologies, building design, and event tax credits. http://inhabitat.com/ Website covers topics on emerging technologies, green […]
The Creative Commons portion of the image website Flickr is a terrific place to find images, and also participate in the sharing of these images. This first page shows you the various types of licenses and attributions under which photographers allow their images to be used. If you are looking for images to illustrate a […]
ArchNet is a member-driven website that contains a digital library of images that deal with architecture and urban planning in a very easily searchable database. There are often plans, sections and elevations to accompany the general views of the buildings. It also allows participation and collaboration amongst members, and is free to join. I have […]
Images of New Deal Utopias, including Greenbelt MD, just down the road from College Park, are featured on this New York Times Blog. http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/ A brief History of Greenbelt as told by guest blogger, Lucinda Philumalee. As a historic preservation student at the University of Maryland, the nearby city of Greenbelt, Maryland is a local […]