The first bio-based, 3D-printed, 55.7-m2 (600-sf) prototype house has been developed with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy by University of Maine (UMaine). It features 3D-printed floors, and walls and a roof of wood fibers and bio-resins—it is fully recyclable.
A contract of $57.2 million by NASA to a construction tech and 3D-printing firm will aid in the research and development of space-based construction systems relying on lunar and Martian resources as building materials, supporting planned exploration of the Moon and beyond.
Landau|Zinder, a partnership between two award-winning architects Michael Landau and Joshua Zinder—both having extensive experience in creating Judaic synagogues and facilities—has designed “an active, dynamic hub of Jewish life” in nearby Clinton, New Jersey, with the use of natural materials such as fieldstone, glass, and wood to harmonize with the natural context.
Architecture firm Dyer Brown has renewed Sappi North America’s Boston, Massachusetts, headquarters by using environmentally friendly finishes, materials, and fixtures to meet sustainability and employee health goals.
Quincy, Washington’s newly rebuilt Woodinville Whiskey facility warehouses marry contemporary technology with traditional rustic style, using sustainably sourced softwoods which underwent a process to gain sturdy, hardwood-like properties.
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