The construction, heating, cooling and disposal of our buildings accounts for around 40 percent of Germany's CO2 emissions. How can the transformation succeed and what do sustainable digital solutions look like? This is the subject of our latest RESET Greenbook.
The concept of creating new houses from old materials and components has been around for a long time. Digital material passports are intended to modernise the process.
The CUBE in Dresden proves that carbon concrete is an exciting building material for a successful construction turnaround.
Houses constructed using a simple-build approach leverage high-tech processes for low-tech solutions, as well as smart structural design, to achieve maximum energy efficiency.
Together with the city of Aalen, climate-positive architects, engineers and teachers have planned a futuristic school building.
Living walls are a practical — and beautiful — way of adding greenery while lowering heating emissions in our cities. Here's how technology could be used to aid them.
Climate-adaptive windows with a heat-repellent coating offer a means of cooling buildings without the need for additional energy consumption.
What if we could upcycle agricultural waste into a cheap, sustainable and biodegradable building material? Mycelium shows it's possible.
Solar power, heat pumps and waste heat - renewable energies are readily available. The former Pfaff factory site is being used to test what the climate-neutral neighbourhood of the future will look like.