Bloomberg Radio Interview with William McDonough at Sage Summit

Cory Johnson and Carol Massar of Bloomberg Radio interview William McDonough at Sage Summit 2015.

Ultimate Corporate Sustainability: Method’s South Side SoapBox in Chicago

Method’s new LEED Platinum factory was designed by William McDonough. Zach Mortice for Autodesk’s Line//Shape//Space, compares railcar manufacturer George Pullman to the Method founders Eric Ryan and Adam Lowry, who all came to the South Side of Chicago, utilizing unusual methods of architecture to create a property for high-tech manufacturing.

Sage Summit highlights from Techvibes

Highlights from Sage Summit 2015. Panel discussion with William McDonough, entitled “Stay Hungry. Stay foolish.”

Meadow Farm House featured on Inhabitat

Featured on, Meadow Farm House was designed by William McDonough + Partners and is now part of the Sustainable Sites Initiative as a pilot project.

Meadow Farm House Featured on Contemporist

William McDonough + Partners Meadow Farm House was recently featured on Contemporist, a an online community and daily source of contemporary design, architecture, design, art and travel.

Meadow Farm House on

“Sustainable Meadow Farm House Featuring a Wavy Solar Panel Roof,”  a recent article published on, highlights the LEED Platinum certified Meadow Farm House designed by William McDonough + Partners.  Freshome is a design and architecture magazine focused on giving readers inspiration to make their home more beautiful, organized and healthy. This article features information as well as detailed pictures of the design elements that went into creating this organic farm house. The article focuses on the …

William McDonough featured in ‘Hyperlocalization of Architecture’

“Hyperlocalization of Architecture,” written by Andrew Michler, features innovative architecture projects and interviews with industry influencers including William McDonough. The book is scheduled to be released August 1st, 2015.

Method’s rooftop greenhouse will be world’s largest

The 75,000 square foot rooftop greenhouse, part of Method’s newest soap manufacturing plant, that opened on Chicago’s South Side in April, will be fully planted this fall.