Ecological Materials: Towards a New Economy

Ecological Materials: Towards a New Economy © Toa Heftiba Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/990192/ecological-materials-towards-a-new-economy The world’s most primitive building materials are being used to create the most advanced buildings. In light of an environmental crisis, architects have shifted their efforts to better design built environments for people and the planet. The … Read more

Centring ecological regeneration: APACE | Landscape Australia

The year was 1982. The town of North Fremantle was in the process of turning from an industrial port town into ’80s suburbia. A book by German-born British economist EF Schumacher questioning material wealth’s impact on human culture and happiness was gaining in popularity. In response, a group of academics from Murdoch University leased a … Read more

The Future of Architecture: Imagining a World Where Buildings are Constructed from Living Materials

The Future of Architecture: Imagining a World Where Buildings are Constructed from Living Materials To Grow a Building / Jerusalem Design Week 2022. Image © Dor Kedmi Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/987459/the-future-of-architecture-imagining-a-world-where-buildings-are-constructed-from-living-materials Can you imagine a world in which the built environment around us is 3D printed from living materials? That … Read more

Ecological Control and the Garden City: Utopia for Whom?

Ecological Control and the Garden City: Utopia for Whom? Aerial view of church and residential areas in Pinelands, Cape Town,. Image © Jean van der Meulen via Shutterstock Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983622/ecological-control-and-the-garden-city-utopia-for-whom At the turn of the 19th century, a British publishing house would release a book written by an … Read more