Norman Foster to launch UN sustainability declaration for architects

The United Nations has written a set of “principles for sustainable and inclusive urban design and architecture” for architects to sign up to called the San Marino Declaration, which architect Norman Foster is set to launch. Set to be ratified in the republic of San Marino next month, the declaration outlines a set of standards … Read more

​The Built Environment Industry has a Huge Responsibility in the Climate Crisis

​The Built Environment Industry has a Huge Responsibility in the Climate Crisis Porte de Montreuil © Nexity Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/989430/the-built-environment-industry-has-a-huge-responsibility-in-the-climate-crisis Climate change is becoming more and more real every day: all over the world, we are witnessing a clear increase in climate disasters. Moreover, the latest IPCC report warns … Read more

Floriade Pavilion – The Voice of Urban Nature / Overtreders W

Floriade Pavilion – The Voice of Urban Nature / Overtreders W © Jorn van Eck + 40 Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988920/floriade-pavilion-the-voice-of-urban-nature-overtreders-w Area Area of ​​this architecture project Area: 600 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2022 Photographs Architectural design: Overtraders W © Jorn van Eck Text description … Read more

The Incredible Architecture of Bees

The Incredible Architecture of Bees © Dr. Tim Heard, Sugarbag Bees (www.sugarbag.net) Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/946778/the-incredible-architecture-of-bees Bees are perhaps the insects that most arouse our fascination and curiosity. With the exception of Antarctica, they are found on all continents, in all habitats that contain insect-pollinated flowering plants. Representations of humans … Read more

Toquilla House / Rama Estudio

Toquilla House / Rama Estudio © JAG Studio + 29 Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988633/toquilla-house-rama-estudio Area Area of ​​this architecture project Area: 2260 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2021 Photographs Lead Architects: Carolina Rodas, Felipe Donoso, Chávez © JAG Studio Text description provided by the architects. The … Read more

How Are Co-Living Spaces in London Offering Solutions for Rising Urban Density and Real Estate

How Are Co-Living Spaces in London Offering Solutions for Rising Urban Density and Real Estate Finsbury Park / Gravity Co-Living. Image © Gravity Co-Living Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/985811/how-are-co-living-spaces-in-london-offering-solutions-for-rising-urban-density-and-real-estate Co-living is a residential community living model, referring to a modern form of group housing that has significantly transformed London life and … 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

From Bio Materials to Load-Bearing Structures: Fungi, Algae and Tree Forks

From Bio Materials to Load-Bearing Structures: Fungi, Algae and Tree Forks Courtesy of Blast Studio Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/987455/from-bio-materials-to-load-bearing-structures-fungi-algae-and-tree-forks As researcher, designer and MIT professor Caitlin Mueller once said, “The greatest value you can give to a material is to give it a load-bearing role in a structure.” Load-bearing components … Read more

Why Bamboo is the Future of Asian Construction

Why Bamboo is the Future of Asian Construction Bamboo Hostels China / Studio Anna Heringer. Image © Jenny JI Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/987054/why-bamboo-is-the-future-of-asian-construction The Filipinos believe that man and woman first emerged from the nodes of a bamboo stalk. The Chinese view the cane as a symbol of their culture … Read more

Balancing Energy-Efficiency and Aesthetics: Large-Scale Thermal Fenestration Systems

Balancing Energy-Efficiency and Aesthetics: Large-Scale Thermal Fenestration Systems Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984267/balancing-energy-efficiency-and-aesthetics-large-scale-thermal-fenestration-systems The total energy demand from buildings has risen in recent years. Driven by improved access in developing countries, greater ownership of energy-consuming devices and increasing urban densities, today it accounts for over one-third of global energy consumption and … Read more