The future of green architecture: vertical gardens

October 27th, 2017|

The increasing concern about the environment brings about new alternatives to conventional construction methods. This occurs particularly in big cities, where pavement and concrete leave no room for green areas, which are vital to counteract the pollution derived from CO2 emissions coming from factories, vehicles and building activity itself.

As a result of such concern for […]

New inclusive transport initiatives

October 27th, 2017|

Cities transform themselves on a daily basis, aiming to become more accessible, sustainable and user-friendly in respect of their inhabitants. With a view to offer and guarantee the same opportunities to all users, it becomes necessary to remove the existing architectural barriers, amongst them, those dealing with transport. Therefore, it is essential that tomorrow’s cities […]

BIM technology: goodbye CAD

October 22nd, 2017|

New technologies pave their way, leaving behind other models used previously but having remained obsolete as of today. Such is the case of the so-called CAD technology. CAD design (Computer-Aided Design) makes reference to the use of computer technology for design, with software that has been most employed by designers, architects and engineers for years, […]

About safety, security and access control in universities

October 2nd, 2017|

Universities are education centres where hundreds and even thousands of people visit on a daily basis in order to work and/or attend classes. Due precisely to the high amount of people these centres deal with every day, control measures in order to reinforce the safety of students, teachers and any other person making use of […]

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