The Burnham Plan laid the groundwork for our city’s green space and set aside the lake shore path. Thank Daniel Burnham every time you see green in Chicago.
With 8.5% of urban acreage devoted to parks, Chicago has a wide range of green space options. Which is YOUR favorite?
More bikes on the road means greater visibility, safety and public support for all bikers and all of those results are fine by moss.
Our not-so-hidden agenda: We want to use your building project to make the neighborhood / city / world a better place.
The “three R’s” we learned about in school still pertain today. How do our municipal programs to “divert” waste from landfills work toward zero waste
The USA generates 251 million tons of trash a year – that is 42 times more than the Great Pyramid at Giza. Where does it come from … and go?
In the collage above are just a SMALL SAMPLE of our favorite uses of reclaimed wood in moss projects (from top left): Bowling Alley Bench, Begyle Tasting Room, Brew, Bar Pastoral, 2 Sparrows, and Erie Street Loft. Keep reading to see why and how we seek to use reclaimed wood products as often as possible. It is a truth pretty universally acknowledged…
Monday’s Chicagoist headline, “It’s Okay to Drink the Water, Chicago,” is accurate but perhaps a little dismissive of the larger issues about drinking water which should be raised in all our minds by the recent drinking water scares topping news across the country. This weekend’s public drinking water ban in Todedo, Ohio follows the ongoing…