Campaigners call on governments to take action. To mark the International Day for Biological Diversity (May 22nd), campaigning charity Population Matters is calling on governments across the world to take action to address population in order to protect biodiversity.
Architectural industry response to global lockdown: Remote Studio survey of 190 UK architects reveals that hyper-accelerated digital transformation is leading to unexpected design innovations, cost efficiencies and collaboration.
Industrial living brand Warehouse Home’s new real estate division brings a curatorial approach to buying and selling property in a sought-after niche, offering specialist advice to those looking to buy or sell high-end industrial conversions.
UVC lighting that actively reduces the bacterial and viral charge: humanlumen introduces the Clean Air Series, a range of UVC Air Sterilisation Units, providing a safe, reliable and sustainable solution.
Property market shaking off coronavirus impact: starting to see significant volumes return as surveyors can now enter the home to complete valuations, renters and prospective buyers can view property and removals can restart.
Work from Home During COVID-19 Pandemic: speculation in workplace architecture and design about the “future of the office”, “return to work protocols” and the “new norm” don’t address how people are actually working right now.
Coronavirus Outbreak Architects Assistance: WindsorPatania Architects is lending its services to provide architectural/design layout, graphic design and translations to organisations needing assistance due to COVID-19.
Net Zero carbon buildings news: World Green Building Council launches GRESB, the leading global sustainability benchmark for real estate portfolios, to recognise companies that make a Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment.
New Technical Building Code (CTE), Spain: the AEA outlines the role of aluminum in the framework of the new code. The material allows the construction sector to develop economic, energy and environmental sustainability.
Spain and Portugal top retirement destinations in Europe, say expats: with their relaxed culture, warm weather, and beautiful beaches, these countries continue to be the top two destinations in Europe for those looking to retire, according to a recent report.
Building Resilience Construction Report news: Asite launch study examining the key trends set to shape 2020, focused on key regions around the world monitoring the effects of COVID-19.
How COVID-19 changes the way we work. Hames Sharley Principal and Workplace Portfolio Leader Stephen Moorcroft discusses the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the traditional workplace, and what we can learn from the experience.
How buildings can reduce health burden of COVID-19: IWBI assembles Task Force on role architecture can play in reducing impact from respiratory infections.
Survey aims to gauge COVID-19 business impacts ; remote working during coronavirus pandemic – work-from-home policies to avoid all non-essential contact for staff.
7 Construction Trends Everyone is Talking About This Year. Each year, brings new trend in every industry, and in 2019, the construction industry witnessed an incredible growth. Looking at 2020 with Buildworld, a UK based Builder’s merchant.
ARCH+ART, a group of Egyptian architects and visual artists, revealed their project: “A response to global crisis”, to highlight the role of both art and architecture in raising the social awareness, towards global issues facing the world.
APM Covid-19 outbreak online resources: free online webinars, community hub and new online examinations will ensure project practitioners can develop their careers and network with professionals while working remotely.
RMJM database for quarantined architects: initiative launched to offer opportunities to ensure that architects, engineers and designers affected by the coronavirus crisis around the world can keep working and earning.