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May’s top news stories

Mott MacDonald introduced a design and construction rehearsing tool, Mirvac filed planning application for a site at 383 La Trobe Street and NCC won a contract from Fabege to construct an office building in Sweden. wraps up the key news stories of May 2020.

One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center (1 WTC), New York, US

One World Trade Center (1 World Trade Centre - 1 WTC), built where the twin towers of the World Trade Center (WTC) once stood, opened for business on 3 November 2014, more than 13 years after the 9/11 attacks.

Smart Façades: Is Glass in Architecture Ready for an Overhaul?

Its use has long been ubiquitous in modern construction, but glass is coming in for renewed scrutiny as architects and engineers look to increase energy efficiency in the era of climate change. Smart facade technology carries enormous promise, but is still in its infancy, as Ross Davies reports.

Toyota Woven City

Toyota Woven City

Toyota Woven City is a prototype city of the future to be developed at the base of Mount Fuji in the Japanese prefecture of Shizuoka.

Circle of life: designing sustainability after death

Plans are underway to build the US’s first facility for human composting in Seattle. Is the country ready for a new paradigm in death care, and how is architecture and design supporting this new vision? Senior partners from design studio Olson Kundig discuss the Recompose project and the development of its flagship site in Seattle’s SoDo neighbourhood.

January’s top news stories

Mace submitted a planning application to transform Stevenage town centre, and Toyota to build a sustainable prototype city of the future in Japan. wraps up the key news stories of January 2020.

November’s top news stories

Sweden-based Skanska has been awarded an Skr1.2bn ($125.32m) contract to construct a new building for the University of Gothenburg’s science faculty department; and The Manchester Metropolitan University has announced the start of construction on its School of Digital Arts (SODA) building in the UK. wraps up key news stories of November 2019.

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