A new process turns soft knitted fibres into hard materials that could be used in construction
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Researchers have developed a small robot capable of climbing upside down using electricity and could be used to inspect large complex machinery.
The small size of these construction robots could negate the need for road disruption during pipe repairs.
The use of a sustainable material in every part of a building could alter the very nature of construction for a more sustainable future.
Engineers have developed a replacement for MDF and chipboard that is made from potato peels and is biodegradable.
Intelligent design options simultaneously speeds up the renovation process at a lower cost.
The next step for automated workforces in construction could be these innovative drones.
An app-controlled wearable can detect hidden high voltage points and warn users with vibrations, in addition to storing detailed information of incidents for supervisors.
An autonomous navigating robot dog is capable of carrying heavy payloads and using a modular robotic arm.
An architecture firm have designed a modular concrete sidewalk tile with holes for redirecting rainwater to reduce flooding risks and raise climate change awareness.
A Danish company has developed a robotic construction system that fits inside a shipping container and can be controlled through an app.
An overhead canopy can be shifted around by drones to change shape with changing weather conditions.
A developer has designed tiny, self- contained prefabricated apartments for the homeless.
A newly designed town in Norway will build a data center that provides heat to its surrounding buildings.
A masterplan developed by the government of New South Wales, Australia, will see a new Western Sydney Airport become the catalyst for purpose built homes and infrastructure.
A new skyscraper features a folded design that blends solid aluminium panels with strategically-placed glass to reduce heat from sunlight and therefore save energy.
Engineers have developed a way to use a byproduct from coal power to replace Portland cement.
A startup provides comprehensive architectural visualization through VR and 3D printed models to help get home owners and developers involved in the design process.
A new tiny home has been designed to fit inside a concrete water pipe and can be stacked almost anywhere.
A new tiny house has been designed to put the dream of owning a vacation home within reach of many.
Communities use bricks made entirely of plastic waste to create new social, green spaces and reduce the amount of local environmental pollution.
The project focuses on a new type of disaster shelter inspired by origami that uses a balloon to self-deploy in most terrains.