What if there was a building material that was environmentally friendly, could be processed quickly and could also be completely deconstructed without leaving any residue? This idea is no longer utopian, as these new "briqs" prove.
Awareness, affordability and accessibility to green building technologies have stymied the uptake of green building in Kenya. Jenga Green Library could make things easier.
BIM has a wide range of potential applications in the construction industry. In Giessen, the system is being used to realise the EnEff:Stadt FlexQuartier energy efficiency district.
Could digital solutions be at the forefront of the construction industry's mammoth carbon footprint? Experts agree - they have potential. But the answer to making our buildings "smart" could be more complicated.
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.
Thanks to artificial intelligence, the CUBE Berlin adapts to the needs of its users and at the same time creates more efficient control processes. What does this mean for the future of office work?
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.