Masdar City in Abu Dhabi is a sustainable urban hub and home to the region’s first net-zero energy commercial building, NZ1.
Building sustainably turns slowly but steadily from suggestion to norm. The general aim is to ensure that actions today are laying the foundation for a healthy future for future generations.
Think about the last time you took a walk through the city. While you were trying to embrace the view in front, observing skyscrapers reaching for the sky, roads and transits making their way through, did a sense of curiosity ever grip you?
Decathlon, a leading sports company, and Lonati Group have partnered with HP to showcase their groundbreaking manufacturing concept at the ITMA tradeshow in Milan. Their innovative and sustainable approach to shoe manufacturing has the potential to revolutionize the industry.
Irish Pavilion is all set to feature an exhibition named “In Search of Hy-Brasil” during the Venice Architecture Biennale 2023.
The field of architecture has long been synonymous with innovative design ideas and incredible forms that have pushed the limits of human creativity. But with the recent advent of climatic challenges, this discipline has found itself grappling with new and urgent concerns.
Solar energy and sustainable development: Masterplan for Expo 2030 Roma by CRA + Italo Rota + Richard Burdett
The CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati is collaborating with Italo Rota and Richard Burdett on Rome’s bid to host the 2030 World Expo. A 21st-century urban commons built on sustainable energy would be built on the basis of a solar farm that every nation would contribute to.
The idea of a sustainable society is centered on maximizing human well-being, preserving environmental and corporate assets, and developing measurement standards that clearly define personal, social, and environmental health.
The New Sustainable Olympic House in Lausanne designed by 3xn studio is a piece of art, perfectly situated to be a contemporary landmark on the shores of Lake Geneva.
A simple geometric expression fused by an organically morphed inner form. Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame frames a linear edifice designed by Trahan Architects in Natchitoches. The design envisaged horizontal slats in the oldest settlement of Louisiana Purchase, gleams and lustre in the blooming sun. Sitting amiably on the banks of the Cane River Lake, the architects inhaled their inspiration from the riverfront setting. Incorporating early sustainable practices and the 17th-century bousillage building techniques of the French settlers, the design oriented to an elemental angle.