Decarbonizing the construction industry is currently a central research focus. Engineers and scientists have extensively explored innovative strategies to reduce carbon emissions and consequent climate change-inducing characteristics of materials and processes.
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By Reginald Davey
The Use of Thin Films in Architectural Glazing
By Ibtisam Abbasi
Cleaner Construction with Carbon-Negative Algae-Grown Limestone
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By Ben Pilkington
International High-Rise Award Finalist: The Bryant by David Chipperfield Architects
By Skyla Baily
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Metsä Wood DURAForm® Formwork Panels with Top-quality Composite Surface for Concrete Elements
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The Right Temperature for a 300-year-old Church
What To Know About Bioengineered Construction Materials
Green Building: Where Are We Now?
Can Fossil Fuel Free Steel Mitigate Construction’s Carbon Footprint?
Calcium Carbonate Concrete: Building on Recycling
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By Sarah Moore
In our latest interview, AZoBuild spoke with Mattias Kunz from David Chipperfield Architects about their New York project The Bryant, a finalist for the 2022 International High Rise Award.
AZoBuild spoke with Conor Worth, an associate at WilkinsonEyre, about the phenomenal One Barangaroo building that has emerged on Sydney's waterfront. Conor discusses the design of the building and its place on the nomination list for the International High Rise Award 2022.
Kristina + Tom Meurer
Ahead of the announcement of the winners in November, AZoBuild spoke with Meurer Architektur + Stadtplanung about their building the ONE which has been nominated for the prestigious International High Rise Award
This article will provide an overview of bioengineered building materials, discussing materials, products, and projects that have been made possible due to research in this area.
With an increase in the pressure to decarbonize the built environment and build more carbon-neutral buildings, the reduction of embodied carbon has become of great importance.
AZoBuild talks to Professors Noguchi and Maruyama about their research and development of Calcium Carbonate Concrete (CCC), a new material that has the potential to cause a sustainable revolution in the construction industry.
AZoBuild spoke to Lacol Architecture Cooperative about their La Borda Cooperative Housing project in Barcelona, Spain. This project has been shortlisted for the 2022 EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe award.
AZoBuild talked to Peris+Toral Arquitectes, finalists for the EU Mies van der Rohe award, about their work 85 Social Housing Units project.
With 2022 now underway, excitement has built following the announcement of the shortlisted architectural firms nominated for the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe award.