Harvard and Google aim to identify and cut harmful chemicals from construction materials
Cellulose-based biomaterial stronger than steel and spider silk
Architectural sculptures by David Moreno look like paintings
Adding sodium hydroxide to soil creates a durable, environmentally sustainable building material
Are giant bubbles filled with clean air the answer to our pollution problem?
Kengo Kuma produces an origami-like installation that absorbs harmful pollution
A Toulouse-based start-up has developed a range of biosynthetic from bacteria
Michael Hansmeyer and Benjamin Dillenburger create experimental grottos that challenge architectural boundaries
Michael Pinksy’s ‘Pollution Pods’ are a series of geodesic air-filled domes.
What can architects learn from how animals construct their living spaces?
GPAD London’s design of eight apartments over a doctor’s surgery in Elsdale Street Hackney features VMZINC curved and pe
Three long-term strategies architects are implementing to ensure the decrease of the effects of global warming
This month, Lindenhall Studio presents ‘The London Deal’ at The Building Centre.
Eye tracking studies reveal what kind of architecture we are drawn to
Graphene in concrete creates a stronger, more water-resistant building material
Research has lead to the development of glass panels that instead of using energy, create it
Old paper can be compressed into a strong, durable building material
Bolt Threads has spent over seven years studying the proteins found in spider silk.