Sky-scrapers, airports, motorways and artificial islands – such huge projects realised as part of the unprecedented construction boom have increasingly exhausted sand resources.
Rome University took first place at the Versailles competition, followed by Nantes and Delft. The team from Berlin came in fourth.
In Stuttgart, architects and scientists discussed the latest insulation systems: attractive façades despite of heat insulation composite systems, vacuum insulation, hybrid components, and fluid glass ...
At the new kindergarten in Bludenz, the interior design takes inspiration from motifs by the artist for children's story books.
Flora and fauna take on added importance in this exemplary living concept for increasingly densely populated metropolises by becoming an integral part of the building's shell.
Building "2226" is planned without heating, cooling, and mechanical ventialtion but should provide constant temperature between 22 und 26 degrees Celsius.
The event hosts the most comprehensive showcase of sustainable construction products in the world.
Resurrecting the ruins of the nation’s only surviving antebellum railroad complex, the Savannah College of Art and Design transformed a national historic landmark.
To minimize environmental impact, materials were reused rather than replaced. The improvements also included significant seismic and structural updates to improve the building’s safety and durability.
The unique kinetic cladding system, which regulates natural ventilation and light, literally transforms the shape of the building and its relationship to the surrounding landscape.