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Wood seems poised for a resurgence in structural applications, but is its popularity a flash in the pan or a whole new way of building?
There are a lot of reasons to avoid foam, but its high performance can make it a hard habit to kick, as designers are finding out.
Two small California companies nab the first domestic window certifications from Germany�s Passive House Institute.
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It Takes a Village to be Resilient Posted August 14, 2013 by Alex Wilson
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