JAKARTA – Aedas makes it its mission to set out for a new frontier in workplace design as it completes the Unilever Indonesian headquarters.
AMSTERDAM – A Dutch company designs standardised units that are made from wood and could set new standards for sustainable construction.
PARIS – A sustainable development by Atelier Du Pont and Jean Bocabeille Architects is uprooting the outskirts of Paris for a new landscape.
SIN-LE-NOBLE – The site connects the existing district of Epis and the new district of Le Raquet, offering educational facilities for both areas.
The first truly independent micro-home allows people to reach new frontiers with the luxury of a hotel room.
PARIS – Those working in the new building will have access to a variety of covered, outdoor spaces where the floor plates intersect and overlap.
BRISBANE – The University of Queensland's Brisbane Campus recently opened an academic building that practises what it preaches, housing a wide variety of materials and sustainable …
KOMATSU – Mari Ito's winning design for Science Hills Komatsu is rich with sustainable technologies and continues the Japanese dialogue on landform building.
BARCELONA – This pavilion in Barcelona shows architects applying digital design tools within a sustainable paradigm.
NIJMEGEN – The recently finished Faculty of Law is a glass pavilion that contains a lively mix of functions and thorough sustainability measures.
VIETNAM – Vietnamese architect tries to channel the rapid economic growth of his country into a more sustainable way of building.
TAZIN – A small school becomes an example of sustainable building in Ayeyarwady region of Myanmar.
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