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Trumpf Campus Gatehouse | Architect Magazine | Barkow Leibinger Architects, Ditzingen, Germany, Other, Fabrication, Engineering, ARCHITECT R+D Awards 2009

Trumpf Campus Gatehouse | Architect Magazine | Barkow Leibinger Architects, Ditzingen, Germany, Other, Fabrication, Engineering, ARCHITECT R+D Awards 2009

Building Blocks Made from Waste Plastic| EcoBuilding Pulse Magazine | Recycled Materials, Construction Waste Recycling, Recycling, Green…

Building Blocks Made from Waste Plastic EcoBuilding Pulse Magazine Recycled Materials, Construction Waste Recycling, Recycling, Green…

This Week in Tech: Dubai to Construct the World's Largest Waste-to-Power Plant | Architect Magazine | Technology, Alternative Materials, Green Materials, Concrete Materials and Admixtures, Infrastructure Projects, Virtual Reality, Autodesk

This Week in Tech: Dubai to Construct the World's Largest Waste-to-Power Plant | Architect Magazine | Technology, Alternative Materials, Green Materials, Concrete Materials and Admixtures, Infrastructure Projects, Virtual Reality, Autodesk

Two Natural Rebar Alternatives for Concrete | Architect Magazine | Technology, Building Technology, Construction Technology, Green Technology, Research, Alternative Materials, Concrete, Concrete Construction, Architectural Concrete, Cast-in-Place Concrete, Cement

Dirk Hebel on bamboo at World Architecture Festival 2015 Bamboo green steel of century.

Biological House | Architect Magazine | Een Til Een, Middelfart, Denmark, Single Family, New Construction, Residential Projects, Technology, Green Technology, Solar Cells, Solar Power, Affordable Housing, Energy Efficiency, Energy-Efficient Design, Energy-Efficient Construction, Alternative Materials, Sustainable Materials, Sustainability, Architects, Architecture, Climate Change, Renewable Energy, Renewable Materials, Kebony

Biological House | Architect Magazine | Een Til Een, Middelfart, Denmark, Single Family, New Construction, Residential Projects, Technology, Green Technology, Solar Cells, Solar Power, Affordable Housing, Energy Efficiency, Energy-Efficient Design, Energy-Efficient Construction, Alternative Materials, Sustainable Materials, Sustainability, Architects, Architecture, Climate Change, Renewable Energy, Renewable Materials, Kebony

Framlab Wants to Revolutionize the Way We House the Homeless | Architect Magazine | Technology, 3D Technology, Construction Technology, Sustainability, Sustainable Materials, Residential Projects, Affordable Housing, Printing Technology, 3D, 3D Printing, 3D Printers, Green, Shelter, Micro Housing, Tiny House, Residential, New York, NY, Framlab, New York

Framlab Wants to Revolutionize the Way We House the Homeless | Architect Magazine | Technology, 3D Technology, Construction Technology, Sustainability, Sustainable Materials, Residential Projects, Affordable Housing, Printing Technology, 3D, 3D Printing, 3D Printers, Green, Shelter, Micro Housing, Tiny House, Residential, New York, NY, Framlab, New York

This Week in Tech: 3D Printing a Steel Bridge | Architect Magazine | Technology, 3D Technology, Building Technology, Construction Technology, Home Technology, Products, Building Materials, Research, Metal, Infrastructure Projects

Printing at SxSW Robot Petting Zoo - Workplace Strategy and Design - architecture and design

ICYMI: 14 New Materials From June | Architect Magazine | Products, Building Technology, Construction Technology, Building Materials, Furniture, Office Technology, Lighting, Finishes and Surfaces, Building Envelope

Vedo- White Ceramic Owl Lamps by Matteo Ugolini. Karman, an Italian lamp producing company, in collaboration with designers Matteo Ugolini, Luca De Bona and Dario De Meo will be showcasing their art of work at Milan Furniture Fair 2015 – Euroluce.

This Week in Research: Water Walls, Photovoltaic Concrete, and Buildings That Rock | Architect Magazine | Research, 3D Technology, Building Materials, Building Performance, Building Technology, Construction Technology, Infrastructure Projects, Sustainability

This Week in Research: Water Walls, Photovoltaic Concrete, and Buildings That Rock

This Week in Tech: How NYC’s Lowline Plans to Bring the Sun Underground | Architect Magazine | Technology, Construction Technology, Jobsite Technology, Mobile Technology, Research, Daylighting, Sustainability, Sustainable Materials, Alternative Materials, Renewable Materials, Building Materials

The Lowline is an underground park planned for New York (Image: Raad Studio)

A collection of historical trade journals explores the use of masonry units in early 20th–century construction.

A collection of historical trade journals explores the use of masonry units in early construction.

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