As part of its expansion of production facilities in Ticino, Switzerland, La Riseria...
- Largest Swiss rice mill monitors energy distribution digitally with ABB
- ABB protects historic town hall against consequences of arc faults
- ABB presents solution for sustainable factory of the future
- Function meets fashion in aluminium panels for facades
- Examine architecture’s robot revolution in this issue of DBR
Largest Swiss rice mill monitors energy distribution digitally with ABB
As part of its expansion of production facilities in Ticino, Switzerland, La Riseria is pursuing a comprehensive sustainability program with ABB's digitally monitored, low-voltage distribution system.
ABB protects historic town hall against consequences of arc faults
Thanks to an electrical refurbishment at the town hall in Dordrecht, the Netherlands, the historic building is now protected against arc faults.
ABB presents solution for sustainable factory of the future
At its site in Lüdenscheid, in the presence of Nico Rosberg, ABB shows how the sustainable energy transition can succeed with digital energy management.
Texas A&M opens Omniplan-designed medical research building
US-based Texas A&M University Health Science Center has opened the Texas A&M Medical Research and Education Building II (MREB II).
Function meets fashion in aluminium panels for facades
Often considered one of the most important aspects in architectural design, a building’s facade has two key objectives: to protect and impress.
Ebbsfleet approves Keepmoat Homes masterplan for 600 homes in UK
The Ebbsfleet Development Corporation has approved the masterplan of Keepmoat Homes for the construction of 600 new homes at Ebbsfleet Garden City in the Eastern Quarry area, known as Whitecliffe, Kent, UK.
Dubai opens Middle East’s first industrial-scale concrete 3D printing plant
In April 2016, the Dubai authorities set a 3D printing strategy that set a target of 25 per cent of new buildings constructed in the emirate using 3D printing by 2030.
Examine architecture’s robot revolution in this issue of DBR
In this issue: The projects pioneering robotic construction, EBBA's Benni Allan on open-ended architecture, the RIBA's new fire safety guidelines, and much more.
Stroud District Council rejects Forest Green Rovers’ stadium plans
Zaha Hadid Architects and Forest Green Rovers Football Club have suffered a setback after Stroud District Council’s development control committee refused outline consent for the planned 5,000-seat all-wooden football ground in Gloucestershire.
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