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  • Article - 5 May 2023
    Natural stones are extracted from quarries or mines and can be reshaped and carved into a variety of unique shapes and sizes for applications in construction projects.
  • Article - 16 Jan 2023
    LEKO LABS, a revolutionary startup based in Luxembourg, has become a pioneer in developing carbon-negative building systems and materials to reduce carbon dioxide by 500 megatons.
  • Article - 8 Nov 2022
    A $383 million extension and renovation project for New York City’s Natural History Museum is nearing completion. The cave-like building, designed by US-based architecture firm Studio Gang, will...
  • Article - 7 Nov 2022
    This article discusses the changes in the properties of construction materials over time and the latest research on aging resistance.
  • Article - 28 Oct 2022
    Transparent wood has been gaining traction recently as an advanced functional material that could replace glass and plastic in consumer applications. According to a recent life cycle assessment study,...
  • Article - 24 Oct 2022
    AZoBuild talks with Stephen Ford, Director at Suscons and Founder of Street2Meet, about initiatives he is overseeing that look to provide sturdier, longer-lasting, and safer emergency shelter to those...
  • Article - 19 Oct 2022
    The article discusses the various types of nanomaterials incorporated in RAC blends and the effect on essential properties of recycled concrete aggregate.
  • 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 - 13 Sep 2022
    Construction is one of the leading industry emitters of carbon emissions. However, there are ways to reduce this footprint and offset the carbon cost of construction projects, which can lead to as...
  • Article - 30 Aug 2022
    The primary application of biochar, a highly porous substance made from plant debris, is to improve soil. However, more recent breakthroughs have paved the way for its use as cladding material.