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Iris Ceramica Group and Bibendum for Sustainable Conviviality

06-10-2022 - Sustainable Architecture

Iris Ceramica Group and Bibendum for Sustainable Conviviality

Sustainability is in its DNA: this is why the Iris Ceramica Group partnered with Bibendum to ensure “Sustainable Conviviality” during the Cersaie 2022, International Exhibition of Ceramics for Architecture and Bathroom Furnishings, in which the group participated with the theme of SHAPING THE FUTURE – the new dawn of ceramics.

JGMA Esperanza Health Centre Brighton Park for Public Health in Chicago

26-09-2022 - Sustainable Architecture

JGMA Esperanza Health Centre Brighton Park for Public Health in Chicago

Designers from the JGMA studio have created a contemporary community health centre, capable of providing essential services that are currently lacking in this southwestern area of Chicago. With its large lobby, the architecture extends towards the community which, here, finds a new neighbourhood landmark.

TOVA 3D printed house in local earth by IAAC

15-09-2022 - Sustainable Architecture

TOVA 3D printed house in local earth by IAAC

The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) presents Spain's first 3D printed building using earth. The building, constructed using a Crane WASP – the architectural 3D printer – illustrates new ways of addressing the social and environmental challenges of the future through the IAAC’s various education and research programs.

RECENT PROJECTS

Studio Capitanio Architetti designs glowing bicycle station in Bergamo

09-09-2022 - Sustainable Architecture

Studio Capitanio Architetti designs glowing bicycle station in Bergamo

The new bicycle station in Bergamo, designed by Studio Capitanio Architetti, goes a long way to make the desire to support the city's cycling mobility tangible. The low-tech and completely reversible infrastructure in white metal carpentry and glass is part of the intermodal connection hub and at night transforms into a bright lantern for the area near the train station.

New offices of Cushing Terrell studio in Seattle

24-08-2022 - Sustainable Architecture

New offices of Cushing Terrell studio in Seattle

Multidisciplinary design studio Cushing Terrell has opened its new office in Seattle's Waterfront District on the seventh floor of the Agen Warehouse, a 1910 listed building. The redevelopment of the preexistence is the calling card of the studio's working philosophy.

Learning from the past at Al Naseej Factory

15-08-2022 - Sustainable Architecture

Learning from the past at Al Naseej Factory

Leopold Banchini Architects was commissioned by the Bahrain Culture and Antiquities Authority to design the Al Naseej Textile Factory as part of a programme to support the country's traditional crafts and industries. This new textile factory, located in Bani Jamra, combines palm leaf weaving, as a construction technique, with tapestry and cloth weaving.

Skylab's Serena Williams Building is LEED Platinum certified

27-07-2022 - Sustainable Architecture

Skylab's Serena Williams Building is LEED Platinum certified

The new Serena Williams Building by the Skylab architecture firm at Nike World headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon is the largest structure on the Nike campus, covering over 93,000 square metres. It is a perfect example of sustainable design, which has allowed the new architecture to obtain the LEED Platinum certificate.

Shiyuan, a Hutong in Beijing built sustainably

13-07-2022 - Sustainable Architecture

Shiyuan, a Hutong in Beijing built sustainably

Chinese architect Haipeng Ren from the Days in YARD studio, has designed the recovery of a Hutong, a traditional courtyard house in Beijing. The intervention starts from attention to the urban context and strives for coexistence between traditional Chinese construction and contemporary life and technology. The result won the Active Excellent Award, an important recognition of the effective sustainability of architecture.

Happy House combines sustainability and respect for the environment

12-07-2022 - Sustainable Architecture

Happy House combines sustainability and respect for the environment

The SALA FERUSIC Architects studio founded by Relja Ferusic Manusev and Carles Sala Roig have designed the Happy House project in Begur, on the Costa Brava in Spain. The private residence, which sits on a slope, is distinguished by its sustainability and respect for the surrounding environment, from its integration into the terrain and the landscape to its energy efficiency and low carbon footprint.

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