28 Oct '16, 2pm

Colorful wind-powered community in Scotland is everything an eco-village should be

If you've ever imagined what an eco-village should be, this is probably it. One of the latest communities at Findhorn Ecovillage in Scotland, East Whins at Duneland comprises 25 wind-powered homes with a variety of housing options, several shared facilities, and studio or workshop space for those who work from home. Designed by John Gilbert Architects , the community embodies some of the most progressive developments in sustainability , a model for today and the future.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/colorful-wind-powered-community-in-s...

Tweets

.@TonyHWindsor

.@TonyHWindsor

ucsusa.org 30 Oct '16, 5am

Wind developers may offer landowners a fixed annual lease payment, a single up-front payment, a share of revenues from a w...

Adding Wind Energy is Not As Easy as Building W...

environmentalleader.com 31 Oct '16, 11am

Adding wind energy is not as “simple” as building wind farms. It also means constructing new transmission lines. Both Germ...

Stolon Studio transforms an urban brownfield in...

inhabitat.com 28 Oct '16, 8am

in London has been reborn as a beautiful and contemporary community with three live/work houses, all of which incorporate ...

WATERSTUDIO'S AMPHIBIOUS HOUSES

inhabitat.com 28 Oct '16, 9pm

Welcome to Inhabitat, your online guide to the best green design ideas, innovations and inspiration to build a cleaner, br...

Living Green “Lost in Paris” House is Completel...

inhabitat.com 29 Oct '16, 4pm

I think the real value of this project is aesthetic more than anything else. Most green buildings try to insert sustainabl...