BRE news – in an environment where partnership is the new leadership, the International WELL Building Institute and BRE used the recent Greenbuild in Bostonto demonstrate to the market the value of collaboration.
SpazioFMG per l’Architettura exhibition, Milan gallery: The Why Factory – Research, Education and Public Engagement – TU Delft + MVRDV, Dutch architecture show in Italy
Human, Smart and Sustainable Future of Cities, international Construction Evolution – cityscape progression – Smart Cities, future building progress.
The building industry is looking for ways to reduce disruptions to communities after almost a quarter of UK residents admitted being irritated by how long construction projects take to complete.
Designing Buildings Wiki, the construction industry knowledge base, has joined forces with BSRIA to launch a new competition looking for fresh and innovative ideas in response to the question.
Architects: 10 Design
The 55,000 sqm R&D Center is located on a prominent site on the eastern edge of the Jinshan Lake that forms the heart of the district. The buildings will become an incubation platform for start-up companies and entrepreneurs.
National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (MGSU) and the Russian Green Building Council (RuGBC) announce launch of a partnership with BRE, the world leading multi-disciplinary building science centre.
World first biophilic design research project connects buildings with nature: a live office refurbishment providing quantified evidence on the benefits of biophilic design on health, well-being and productivity of office occupants.
LG Science Park, the HOK-designed 11.8 million-sq.-ft. research and science campus for global consumer and electronics brand LG Group, is now three quarters of the way to completion.
This is an ambitious project that set out to be the first Passivhaus office building in the UK, to source low-carbon materials locally and explore the idea of a contemporary vernacular. A lot has been learnt on the way and the learning process has been as important as the end result.
Design: NBBJ, Architects
Architectural practice NBBJ appointed by The Pirbright Institute to design a new £48m High Containment Large Animal Facility, a specialist laboratory and work space for research in large farm animals and viral diseases.
Design: Threesixty Architecture
Redevelopment of the old Academy and former Primary School of Stromness. The research, academia and business campus will house institutes, consultancies and new start companies, generating long term economic development.
Designed by Thierry Van de Wyngaert and Véronique Fiegel, the Jourdan Campus for higher education and research unites the Ecole Normale Supérieure and the Paris School of Economics.
Design: Nicholas Hare Architects
The technology hub was funded in part by a £8m donation from the James Dyson Foundation, and will give some of the world’s brightest young engineering students access to advanced laboratories.