How do you give four dated bunched offices a second life without wasting material? Simple: build circular.
Energy Company Liander did it.
We have seen it. And it’s an amazing ‘new’ future proof and circular building. Read More
The circular economy represents a viable alternative to this detrimental “linear” model. Rather than going from “cradle to grave,” this new development pathway promotes ‘cradle to cradle‘.
In this type of economy, company growth is no longer reliant on the use of scarce resources.
Instead, it is achieved through the use of disruptive technology and business models that are based on longevity, renewability, reuse, repair, upgrade, refurbishment, capacity sharing, and dematerialization. Read More
During her world tour sailing Ellen became aware how important good material management was.
At sea, good materials are the difference between life and death.
Ellen started to think about the use of raw materials in our world economy.
In China, an ultramodern skyscraper has been build within 19 days.
The building can handle earthquakes, and is build with many sustainable materials.
Named ‘The Mini Sky City’, has 57 floors and 180,000 square meters for 800 apartments and offices. Read More