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The shape of tomorrow: Reprogrammable materials

Material scientists at Harvard University have created structures that can change shape and behaviour on demand. Frances Marcellin looks at how the findings could impact on building...

The shape of tomorrow: Reprogrammable materials

Design & Build Review: Issue 36

Design & Build Review: Issue 36
 

Cairo’s Science City: A vision of the quest for knowledge

Cairo’s Science City: A vision of the quest for knowledge

2016: The year's biggest Design Build Network stories

2016: The year's biggest Design Build Network stories
Naga Divya Tirumalaraju

November's top stories: Infinitus Plaza ground breaking and Helm Architecture's new theatre

November's top stories: Infinitus Plaza ground breaking and Helm Architecture's new theatre

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GPS Tracking and Fleet Management for Construction Operations

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GPS Tracking and Fleet Management for Construction Operations

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Flexible, Heat-Resistant, Acrylic Building Materials

Hanwha L&C Flexible, Heat-Resistant, Acrylic Building Materials

Smart Construction for Volatile Economies

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Smart Construction for Volatile Economies

Building for High-Corrosive Environments

Legacy Building Solutions Building for High-Corrosive Environments

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