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Bringing BIM to the Modern Built Environment: An Interview with Prof. Martin Fischer BIM

Bringing BIM to the Modern Built Environment: An Interview with Prof. Martin Fischer

We talked with Professor Martin Fischer of Stanford University’s Civil and Environmental Engineering Department in the run-up to WDBE. Our discussion covered what drew him to the discipline and the practical challenges of applying BIM in the modern built environment.

Engineering, Architecture, and Modern Technology – An Interview with Dr. Jakob Strømann-Andersen Uppsala City Hall

Engineering, Architecture, and Modern Technology – An Interview with Dr. Jakob Strømann-Andersen

We sat down with Dr. Jakob Strømann-Andersen of Henning Larsen’s Sustainability Engineering Department. Our talk covered the need for interdisciplinary research, sustainable practice, and how technology will lead change in the years ahead.   

BIOHM Seeks to Turn Plastic Waste into Insulation Material with Mushrooms Mycelium fungi growths

BIOHM Seeks to Turn Plastic Waste into Insulation Material with Mushrooms

BIOHM is a research and development led UK start-up that aims to revolutionize the construction industry with its bio-based materials. Among their products are insulation panels made from mycelium, the root formations of fungi. Recently, the company discovered that certain fungal species can consume plastic as a food source. This invention could bring about new […]

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