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France uses AI to detect more than 20,000 undeclared swimming pools
Tax authorities have used the technology on a regional basis, but will now roll it out nationwide.
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Meet the film director who built his own house out of hemp
After turning 60 and welcoming his first granddaughter, Steve Barron felt the need to give something back to the planet and began researching how to build a house out of hemp.
French 'tiny houses' project giving the homeless a lifeline and a home
Participants in the project in Brittany take part in all aspects of the construction of the mobile homes and are given the keys afterward.
Where has the world's longest glass-bottomed bridge just been built?
In a bid to bring tourists back to Vietnam, the nation’s government has constructed the longest glass-bottomed bridge in the world.
Jakartans seek thrills by dining in the sky
Indonesians eat in a restaurant suspended more than 50 metres above the ground, with the 'Lounge in the Sky' restaurant.
The planet is facing a ‘global sand crisis’ - should we be worried?
Unchecked sand consumption risks environmental damage and global shortages.
Sweden’s timber city erects skyscraper made entirely from wood
The Sara Cultural Centre is designed to ‘communicate’ with the buildings around it.
Would you live in this conker-shaped pod?
These futuristic conker-shaped pods can be assembled together to form a house that expands or shrinks according to your needs.
Sagrada Familia plans put 3,000 families at risk of eviction
A dispute between local residents and the Sagrada Familia construction team has arisen from their future plan to demolish housing blocks in order to complete Gaudi's vision of the basilica.
Flying gardeners defy gravity to keep Milan's vertical forest alive
It takes a special kind of gardener to look after a vertical forest
A factory showed the uglier face of Sino-Serbian partnership | View
Last month, the treatment of Vietnamese workers building Serbia's first Chinese tyre factory caused a scandal. The government must uphold the rule of law no matter how attractive the investment, writes Vuk Vuksanovic of the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP).
Concrete: The secret CO2 emitter behind coal, oil and gas
This new concrete formula could mitigate two billion tonnes of CO2.
Local councils trusted more than world leaders on climate, poll finds
A new poll reveals UK citizens trust local councils more than world leaders when it comes to tackling the root causes of climate change.
Husband builds a rotating house so his wife can enjoy better views
In Bosnia, a man has built a rotating house to please his wife, who wants a different view from her bedroom window.
Croatia celebrates as €420m bridge on Adriatic coast nears completion
It will connect Dubrovnik with the rest of the country and allow north-south travellers to avoid going through Bosnia.
These robots will build your future home
With the construction industry anticipating a skills shortage in the next ten years, the sector is turning to robots, automation and 3D printing to deliver the homes and offices of the future.
A 3D printed home shaped like a boulder has just got its first tenants
A Dutch couple will be moving into their new home which was printed in just 120 hours.
These innovators hope to revolutionise housing with 3D printed homes
A new generation of entrepreneurs and start-ups are shaking up the construction industry by deploying 3D printing technology to build houses.
Housing crisis emerges as major election issue as Netherlands votes
Over the past five years, for many, finding a house has become a nightmare.
How COVID-19 has permanently changed the way our suburbs look
We investigate how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted developing suburbia.