This month marks the 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Two years after its devastation, Brad Pitt created the Make it Right Foundation, designing homes inspired by the Cradle to Cradle philosophy.
Shaw Floors, who has worked with MBDC in the past on the design of their PVC-free commercial carpet tiles, has achieved the gold level in the Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Products Program.
McDonough Innovation is looking for a curator/archivist in our Charlottesville studio to lead our pioneering physical and digital “living archive” project with Stanford University Libraries. Candidate must be proactive, thoughtful, highly organized and friendly; fluent in iOS/Mac platforms (integrating multiple mobile and desktop devices); have a keen curiosity and tenacity for researching (and troubleshooting) new apps, softwares and […]
Be Green Packaging is one of the only food service and consumer packaging companies with Cradle to Cradle Certified™ products.
Cory Johnson and Carol Massar of Bloomberg Radio, talk with William McDonough at Sage Summit 2015, about his latest projects and the positive impact Make It Right has had on the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans.
Pullman, like Eric Ryan and Adam Lowry, founders of Method, sought to establish innovative architecture and center for high-tech manufacturing in the historic Pullman neighborhood.
Sage Summit featured panel discussion included William McDonough, Bre Pettis, and Dolly Singh. Jacob Serebrin from Techvibes provides key takeaways.
Inhabitat features William McDonough + Partner’s Meadow Farm House
Freshome.com, a design and architecture magazine, highlights unique designs and elements of architecture created by influential people of the industry. Freshome featured a piece titled, “Sustainable Meadow Farm House Featuring a Wavy Solar Panel Roof,” highlights LEED Platinum certified Meadow Farm House. Completed in 2013, Meadow Farm House was built in Northern California and was […]
A new book, Hyperlocalization of Architecture, written by LEED AP BD+C, and certified Passive House consultant, Andrew Michler, features innovative architecture projects and interviews with industry influencers including William McDonough. Hyperlocalization of Architecture challenges designers to take a different approach to ‘ordinary architecture’ by considering environmental factors and local materials. William McDonough, Peter Busby, Ramón […]