Article - 1 Aug 2023
Sustainable architecture is a growing trend in urban design. In recent years, several projects have sought to connect architecture with energy generation, utilizing solar power to drastically reduce...
Article - 22 Jun 2023
The construction industry is one of the most carbon-intensive sectors in the world, and in order to meet climate commitments, the sector must rapidly decarbonize. Moving away from fossil fuels is key...
Article - 28 Feb 2023
Bruntwood, a Manchester-based developer, has recently obtained planning permission for a groundbreaking £31m mass timber office in Greater Manchester.
Article - 23 Jan 2023
Prometheus Materials, a startup commercializing University of Colorado Boulder research, recently began production of a coral-inspired organic biocomposite concrete alternative that could eventually...
Article - 13 Jan 2023
The world’s environment is in crisis. Symptoms of this crisis include rising sea levels and more catastrophic flood events, especially in urban areas. But the human population is still growing, and...
Article - 27 Sep 2022
Sustainable construction approaches are gaining increasing interest in the building sector, with many innovative active and passive methods based on novel materials and technologies explored in recent...
Article - 26 Sep 2022
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...
Article - 18 Aug 2022
Building new structures from low-carbon and renewable resources is gaining significant attention both within the construction industry and wider society. This article will look at constructing new...
Article - 15 Mar 2022
As an engineering building material, polymers have become increasingly essential. The applications and properties of polymers are broad due to the ease of fabrication and the ability to produce...
Article - 4 Mar 2022
A new study published in the journal Buildings reviews Denmark’s current passive heating strategies and examines the suitability of such measures for the design of a future building.