A building’s value comes from many factors, but what ultimately hits the nose can have a tremendous – and sneaky – influence on how people behave inside a structure
Hempcrete is a bio-composite material that can serve as an alternative to traditional lime, reducing the carbon impact of the resulting concrete mixture while improving its insulator-like and energy-retaining properties
Facing the urgency of climate change, companies like BP that traditionally invested in the construction of refineries and other oil production resources are pivoting to build in the increasingly profitable solar energy space
As humans have let their cultural and psychological needs shape the spaces we exist in, those spaces have been shaping humans right back
As concrete’s prevalence continues to pose a danger to the long-term health of the environment, can clay- and soil-based materials serve as a viable option for builders?
COVID-19 has hurt the food-service industry, leaving designers focused on the segment searching for a new way forward
The industry’s stern reputation and physical toll mean construction firms need to make a deliberate effort to care for workers’ mental well-being.
Embracing the impact of new and disruptive technology in the construction industry means also managing the organisational change that comes with it
MacRebur has designed a way to use plastics polluting oceans and landfills to build roads, parking lots and driveways
The emergent field of psychoacoustics shows how a building’s sound can affect those that occupy its space