About Philip Proefrock

Philip Proefrock Philip Proefrock is an architect and photographer in southeast Michigan. He is also a LEED Acredited Professional. His professional involvement with green building includes working as project architect for the award-winning Malletts Creek Branch Library for the Ann Arbor District Library, which received the 2005 AIA Michigan Sustainable Design Award, and which was the first completed commercial vegetated roof (green roof) in the state of Michigan. He is an active member of Green Drinks Michigan/o2 Network. In addition to being lead writer for Green Building Elements, he is also a contributing writer for EcoGeek.org and for JetsonGreen.com. spurious nelogism (personal LiveJournal) Green Options articles StumbleUpon profile



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Building a DIY Wetland

September 7th, 2008 | by Philip Proefrock

A family in Australia has created their own tiny wetland as a part of a household grey water system.  It


Are Extruded Houses Green?

September 5th, 2008 | by Philip Proefrock

For several years, Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis at the University of Southern California has been working on systems for rapidly creating



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