Welcome to the Jungle House (WTTJH) is a typology for future sustainable carbon neutral living. More
In the town of Kamikatsu, nestled in a mountainous region of Tokushima Prefecture, there are no waste collection vehicles. More
Bermonds Locke is a 143-bedroom Apartment Hotel, co-working space and restaurant occupying a former office building in Bermondsey, London. More
Honext is an emerging Barcelona-based company that has engineered the carbon-neutral, circular, bio-tech Honext process.
The Arc is the newest building at the world renowned Green School in Bali, Indonesia. More
MO de Movimiento is a compendium of experiments on how to create a leisure space that has a small impact on the environment and a positive one on its social and cultural context. More
The ciAsa (Rhaeto-Romanic for house) is an all-wooden high-alpine family home in South Tyrol's St. Vigil, surrounded by the Dolomites of Val Badia. More
Many exhibitors construct temporary showrooms without considering the waste and pollution caused by them. More
VALO combines a hotel and office into one space in Helsinki, Finland. More
Common Sands — Forite is a collection of recycled glass tiles made from the glass components found in discarded ovens and microwave ovens. More
Notpla is a revolutionary, seaweed-based material and sustainable start-up on a mission to make packaging, as we know it, disappear naturally.
This project explores a new vision of probiotic buildings. It is a prototype for architecture that promotes human health by promoting diverse microbial communities through the calibration of light and air flow. More
The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design by The Miller Hull Partnership and Lord Aeck Sargent
The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at Georgia Tech was created to foster environmental education, research, and a public forum for community outreach. More
Forests give up large chunks of wood along highways and in neighbourhoods that are not commercially viable on an industrial scale so often end up as firewood or landfill. More
Lolita Eipprova, Slovenia, uses less than 30% of new materials compared to the standard TRIIIJE project.
Aquastor is desertification remediation vessels produced using mixed materials from desert resources.