Study finds 43% of CO2 emitted during the production of cement is absorbed as it weathers.
The Gentlemen Baristas are offering a great new food menu at The Building Centre café.
Researchers at HRL Laboratories, LLC, have developed the world’s lightest material.
Arup has announced it has produced a series of metallic brackets that are re-engineered structural steel el...
Researchers at University of Wisconsin-Madison created a wooden floor that produces electricity from our st...
Light installations by Mels Crouwel and Ben van Berkel
As of October 1 2016, the London Plan requirements for energy statements are changing.
Growing system is a one-year research project about additive manufacturing, robotic fabrication and computa...
Plastics have found widespread applications, but their low thermal conductivity has hindered their use in m...
A 'self-shading' window that can switch from transparent to opaque has been developed by researchers at MIT.
In an innovative design project, six new stylish benches have been installed outside the UBC Bookstore.
Researchers at MIT are seeking to redesign concrete — the most widely used human-made material in the world.
Research at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is tackling the issue of de-icing concrete.
Using a material made from discarded tyres can double the resilience of these structures
The demand for Aircrete blocks has been steadily growing over the past few years.
Su Butcher shares some insight into architects' attitudes to sales people.
The event “Is the green belt a luxury we can’t afford?“ provoked considered and passionate debate
The second part of our feature debating the need for a green belt we hear inventive ideas for the housing c...