New Apartment Village Made Of Shipping Containers DELAYED As The Containers Are Now Incredibly RARE
Works in progress Aircrete projects with photos showing stages of the building progress.
A spray-on treatment for asphalt roads aims to curb both their contribution to the urban island heat effect, and stop them from breaking so easily.
Towering Over the City, This 'Farmscraper' Will Produce 270 tons of Food from Hydroponics on 51-Stories
Straight out of the smart, sustainable suburbs of an extraterrestrial future, the Nestron Cube Two X is a step toward the next generation of modular living.
The construction industry is a massive producer of carbon dioxide globally and, with this in mind, a team of researchers and scientists at ETH Zurich has been working on new construction techniques that could help the industry clean up its act. The r
What guests REALLY notice about your house: Eye-tracking technology reveals the features people look at most in each room - from the chair in the office to the floor in the kitchen
World's Biggest Floating Office Now Open in Rotterdam, And It's Created To Help Combat Climate Change
Influential architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has unveiled plans for a new headquarters for fashion e-commerce company Farfetch. The project is described as a manmade extension of the hillside by the firm and will consist of a dozen interco
On a California mountaintop with no access to power, David Latimer created a deconstructed home from two wee homes on wheels enclosing an outdoor bed, kitchen, and living room.
The world's largest floating office building opens in the Netherlands, where unsurprisingly it will host the offices of the Global Center on Adaptation.
When Ava Rosen first slept in a yome - a hybrid between a yurt and geodesic dome - she fell in love with its geometry:
American entrepreneur Marc Lore has revealed an incredibly ambitious plan to create a new city from scratch in the United States. Named Telosa, the project is designed by the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) and, if built –
Greenery covered skyscrapers have become fairly commonplace in recent years, but what if, as well as bringing some nature into cities, they could also be used to grow food? Such is the thinking behind the "Farmscraper" by Italy's Carlo Ratti Associat