Top Ten Twitterers to Follow for Green Architecture
Green building is a hot topic these days and there are some great people twittering about the latest in eco-friendly architecture and building design. Check out a few of the people we think you should follow to stay updated. @shedworkingThere's no end to the cool stuff that can be done with sheds, especially when it comes to living in them. Check out ShedWorking for loads of tweets on green shed design.
@jetsongreenJetson Green a big name in green building, and the tweet stream will keep new ideas and information flying at you, including news on prefabs to LEED to just plain old great green design. Jetson Green also has a massive list of who to follow on Twitter that is worth checking out.
@smallhousestyleSmaller houses are becoming all the rage as people figure out they're more sustainable, and Small House Style has its finger on the pulse of the trends. The tweet stream keeps you up on what's going down at their blog.
@archforhumanityArchitecture for Humanity goes to communities in need and provides design, construction and development services. It's noble, interesting, and makes for some great interaction through Twitter.
@lloydalterThe architecture and design writer for TreeHugger is of course on our list as well. Lloyd Alter rocks the scene and brings you the coolest, strangest, and most inspiring people, places and things.
If you, someone you know, or someone you follow focuses on green building and you think they should be listed, add 'em in the comments!
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