Tag : Material passports
Material passports will help to support and grow demand by showing and demonstrating a building’s material worth, writes Emily Booth
Material passports: finding value in rubbleSubscription
Repurposing a building starts with knowing all of its constituent parts. Isabella Kaminski looks at how material passports could change the industry
08.08.19: Recycle, Reuse, RevisitSubscription
We profile three sustainable projects in this special issue. Two are in Europe: Resource Rows in Copenhagen by Lendager Group, and Lacaton & Vassal’s Grand-Parc refurb, Bordeaux. We also revisit Hopkins Architects’ Living Planet Centre six years after completion to see how it’s performing. PLUS a news feature looks at how material passports – literally finding value among rubble – may be a gamechanger for construction; ...