Data in brief: For the first time since July 2017, the number of cranes in North American cities has decreased, according to Rider Levett Bucknall's newest crane count.
Prefab was supposed to fix the construction industry's biggest problems. Why isn't it everywhere?
This has been made possible by a seemingly fictional invention that has appeared over the last few years--organic, transparent solar cells that when inserted into panes of glass, absorb sun and turn it into electricity to power the building.
With the recently-unveiled BiodiverCity, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has conceived one of its most ambitious projects to date.
A truly unique piece of Australian real estate is up for grabs. Architect Graham Birchall's personal home, based around a series of 11 intersecting bubble domes, has gone up for sale in Ipswich, Queensland.
Playboy mansion is stripped! Aerial photos show the scale of renovation underway at $100million former party pad as it gets a new roof and Hugh Hefner's infamous sex grotto is drained
The Thammasat University Rooftop Farm (or TURF), by Landprocess, puts an abandoned rooftop area belonging to Thammasat University's Rangsit Campus to fine use as an organic farm. The project incorporates solar power and rainwater collection, and is u
A California company is making the act of purchasing a glamorous tiny home--with delivery and installation included--as simple as going online and tapping a button.
We're finally getting to start our off-grid debt free house.
As stay-at-home orders due to the ongoing pandemic have forced many of us to learn to love solitude and become reacquainted with our homes, one couple's life has remained virtually unchanged.
When you think of papier-mâché, school art projects and carnival floats may come to mind, but a team of architects has used it to create something a bit more ambitious.
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Forget the weird, inflatable habitats you've seen in sci-fi movies. Your future Martian house could actually feel a lot like home here on Earth (even if it looks totally different)
How an Indian Architect is Sucking Carbon Emissions Out of the Air and Turning it into Stylish Tiles
Stunning 'Bubble Hotel' Under the Icelandic Stars is Truly the Perfect 'Socially Distancing' Destination
Learn how to make biochar and its many beneficial uses including greatly enhancing soil life and fertility. Discover innovative ways to maximize its uses for dynamically carbon negative farming and gardening.
SpaceX has a fleet of three prototype Starships (SN5, SN6, and SN7). The SN5 and SN6 bodies are fully stacked. The SN7 has survived a 7.6 bar pressure test.
At a moment that monuments in the West from statues of Thomas Jefferson to George Washington to Winston Churchill to Confederate generals like Robert E. Lee to various war memorials are being torn down, a new unprecedented in size memorial has...
China recently announced new rules on tall building construction, but it remains to be seen how strictly they will be implemented.
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Bay Area residents were serenaded by the Golden Gate Bridge as wind gusts passed through the region Friday -- a new phenomenon that has a relatively simple explanation.
The Tiny House Guys have created a self-sufficient Urban Tiny home on wheels for AUD 87,900, or about $60,953.
Construction work is still ongoing on China's massive Raffles City Chongqing project but its most notable feature, the "horizontal skyscraper," has now opened to visitors. The stunning skybridge boasts a park and a glass-bottomed observation point.
Back in 2015 we looked at an interesting approach to automated construction in the form of a brick-laying robot, capable of putting together full-sized homes in just two days.