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Non-polluting environment, economic empowerment and affordable built forms are the three key dimensions of this initiative.

Architect Yatin Pandya Recycling Domestic Waste into Building Components

Non-polluting environment, economic empowerment and affordable built forms are the three key dimensions of this initiative.

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Every year, researchers conduct experiments on unusual materials from innovative new industrial products to biomaterials and develop revolutionary products. Surfaces Reporter Team picks out 8 sustainable and renewable building materials we loved in 2018:

10 Most Popular Material Stories of 2018

Every year, researchers conduct experiments on unusual materials from innovative new industrial products to biomaterials and develop revolutionar...

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Of what can be thought of as an expression or almost like a painting on pieces of furniture – Otium living collaborated with Pfeda Synthetics.

Pouf Chairs Built by Fusing Elements from Doshis Architecture

Of what can be thought of as an expression or almost like a painting on pieces of furniture – Otium living collaborated ...

The greatest of all Holy books have been printed in a new single printing of Srila Prabhupada’s Bhagavad-gita; as it is dubbed by ISKON, “The Astounding Bhagavad-gita,” which measures 2.80 x 2.00 meters (9 x 6.5 ft) and weighs 800 kgs

The Astounding Bhagwad Gita, Unveiled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Printed in Milan

The greatest of all Holy books have been printed in a new single printing of Srila Prabhupada’s Bhagavad-gita; as it is ...

Volvo has taken an innovative, creative approach to create a living seawall along the coast of Sydney’s harbour.

Marine-Grade Concrete Reinforced with Recycled Plastic Fibres to Build Eco-Friendly Seawall by Volvo

Volvo has taken an innovative, creative approach to create a living seawall along the coast of Sydney’s harbour.

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