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Innovative materials and methods, and their applied uses in architecture and construction.

01

Supramolecular Fibres

An amazing new invention, stronger than silk, which transforms to a solid when drawn from a hydrogel reservoir. The low-energy manufacturing for this material promises a sustainable future.

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02

Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymer Rebar

A corrosion-resistant alternative to traditional steel rebar.

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03

Algae Curtainwall

Algae is popping up in buildings and structures. It can be harvested in building systems to be used as biofuel or even sustenance for people.

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04

Porous Elastic Teflon Composite

Stretch this material and change how water interacts with it.

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05

Nickel-Phosphorous Lattice

Bringing aircraft technology into construction to make lighter buildings.

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06

Responsive Hydrogels

Hydrogels can be infused in curtainwall panels. The hydrogels can turn opaque or transparent depending on temperature.

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07

3D Printed Composites

Yes, it's possible to 3D print everything from a concrete house to glass.

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08

Carbon Nanotubes

We can now detect structural deficiencies in buildings - using embedded carbon nanotubes and electrical currents.

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09

Thermal Bimetals

No energy is required for these heat-sensitive canopies.

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