The rapid growth of the world's population and the increasing urbanization are leading to a construction boom, especially in cities and suburbs. We present sustainable architectural projects and discuss current challenges as well as possible solutions.

Architectural design and new standards for sustainability

Make a mark where they arise - this is what the British architecture firm does with its sustainability manifesto

Solid wood or solid timber? Here's everything you need to know about woods and the differences between them

Living & building with the most sustainable raw material in the world. Wood appeals to us aesthetically and also ensures a pleasant indoor climate. Whether solid wood, solid wood or real wood - we explain the differences.

Holiday in the Tiny House - pure nature in design objects

Find a holiday in the Tiny House and thus back to nature and concentrate on the essentials. We show the best Tiny Houses for a very special nature holiday.

The Vessel - The newest attraction in New York by designer Heatherwick

The Vessel is the centerpiece of the newest luxury district of New York "Hudson Yards". The building, designed by Thomas Heatherwick, opened its doors in Manhattan's Midtown West for the first time this year

100 years of Bauhaus and the nationwide expedition

In the almost 14 years of its existence, the Bauhaus has revolutionized creative and artistic thinking. The big jubilee will be celebrated throughout Europe

Urban Gardening & Vertical Farming - Two Future Concepts

Urban gardening and vertical farming are meant to revolutionize the future of agriculture. To what extent can the concepts be implemented at home and in the city?

Sustainable building & architecture in the sense of the environment

With "Green Living", a trend has taken hold in the living rooms, which sustainably influences everyday life