Last summer, the first 3D-printed steel bridge was opened in Amsterdam. Is this unique project a harbinger of large-scale deployment of 3D printers for the construction industry?
Delft researcher Kulshreshtha is looking for stabilisers to improve 'earthen' houses that are popular in poorer countries.
The hygrometric method for measuring moisture in building materials that was developed at the Vienna Technical University is both material-friendly and reliable.
To address the massive housing shortage, the Dutch government must take control as it has in the past, columnist Eugène Franken argues.
Architecture has (re)discovered wood as a building material for urban spaces. In recent months, the two tallest wooden buildings in the world were built in […]
Extracts of lemon and almond peels can be used for sustainably produced car parts and building components. This BARBARA project jointly funded by the European […]