Introduction Ecological building has been a hotly debated topic for several years now and has often made the headlines. But what really is it? Does it help the environment? Is it efficient? We have also asked ourselves these questions. We … Continue reading Ecological building – Spain vs Switzerland
Concept of our project work (log cabins in Canada): We will deal with the construction of log cabins. We want to show how environmentally friendly a construction for a home can be and what impact this has on the whole environment. … Continue reading Log Cabins in Canada
We want to show people that green buildings are a service to our urban environment. Leaves and branches act as natural dust filters for the city air. Green roofs are therefore a real contribution to ecological building. People should not … Continue reading Green Roofs – lively green instead of dull gravel
Climate change has been on everyone’s lips for some time. It is clear that measures must be taken to slow down global warming. An important part of the change must happen in the building industry, because it has a direct … Continue reading The Effect of building materials on the environment
Introduction The tiny house movement (also known as the “small house movement”) is an architectural and social movement that advocates living simply in small homes. The small house movement has been gradually and consistently picking up steam for many environmentally … Continue reading Tiny Houses – An Environmental Movement
We love the idea of a city full of houses with plants on the walls. Our vision is to make the polluted cities with lots of plants cleaner and improve the living conditions. Besides, it looks great walking along a … Continue reading Green walls for a green City!
Introduction The NEST (Next Evolution in Sustainable Building Technologies) is a research and innovation of the Empa (Swiss interdisciplinary research institute for materials science and technology development). We want to obtain closer information about the Nest, which is placed in … Continue reading The Nest – exploring the future of buildings