The global pandemic is prompting metros – both in SA and abroad – to redefine the cities of the future
With the rapidly increasing ability to mimic a vast range of natural materials, advanced digital-printing techniques are revolutionising ceramic tiles
Thanks to lockdowns and safety concerns, many employees have been working from home. Could WFH become the new normal that well outlasts the pandemic?
Construction, mining and transport are among the industries that are heavily reliant on oil. Ever wonder what happens to this ubiquitous substance once it’s used?
Higher temperatures coupled with a resultant urban heat-island effect are necessitating novel approaches to keeping cities cool
Employee well-being – in the physical sense – can be linked to the workplace, so sick building syndrome is nothing to be sneezed at
As water scarcity intensifies globally, cities are looking to the clouds – the computing kind as well as the ones that bring rain – to wring every last drop
Modern, smart fire-detection systems are key in reducing risk, liability and, ultimately, unrecoverable losses
Never mind the tired stigma – hemp-based products are finding a solid foundation in green construction
Low-cost and durable, corrugated metal roofing has a long history as a material of choice in SA, but recent refinements are allowing it to be used in new and energy-efficient ways