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Rammed earth construction techniques date back to the Neolithic era, but the method is growing in popularity again.
The new San Giorgio bridge in Genoa was built in just 15 months — quite an achievement in Italy where such work usually takes more than a decade.
This construction technology could be part of a climate change solution.
Euronews speaks to renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, whose Museum of Tomorrow in Rio has been described as one of the best examples of sustainable architecture.
As sustainability becomes more mainstream, we consider how architects blend nature with the built environment.
Cities are planting unused space with foliage to tackle the challenges of urban living.
The 250-strong village produces no carbon on a daily basis, with residents living entirely sustainably.
Thousands of wooden monuments in Russia's north are being threatened with destruction because of a lack of government attention. Volunteers have stepped in.
Highlights from the 2019 international design conference held by Dezeen in London.
The University of Malaga partners with Ecosistema Urbano to design open, outside classrooms for students.
Dominic Bradbury's Off Grid- Houses for Escape collects together beautifully designed houses that don't weigh heavily on the environment.
We sat down with Clare Farrow, curator of Kengo Kuma's 'Bamboo (竹) Ring: Weaving into Lightness' to talk about the future of sustainable architecture.
Researchers in Spain and Italy are developing a range of new materials from construction waste that would once have ended up in landfill.
In the Lebanese mountains, the site of Qasr Moussa - or Moussa Castle - tells the story of a common man who pursued the dream of building his own castle.
César Pelli, known as the architect who designed some of the world's best-known buildings, has died aged 92.
We chat to leading homes and interiors specialists to find out how to spruce your rooms without denting the environment.
This massive project in the centre of the Qatari capital will eventually produce one of the most eco-friendly neighborhood to date.