“An increasingly complex world doesn’t diminish our responsibility; instead, it expands our horizon, demanding more and more decisions. Our decisions are becoming increasingly aware, yet we do not know where they will lead us.”
The Great Green Wall is a visionary project that aims to fight land degradation with the help of local communities and the support of leading intergovernmental organizations.
Over the past eight years, an Italian has revolutionized the mobility of the Spanish city, which was awarded the European Green Capital Award 2024 for achieving ambitious goals in the area of environmental protection.
Not just circumscribed areas with plants and vegetation, but the perception of being immersed in a forest. This is the challenge for the new large terminal in Bengaluru.
The pursuit of ever more ambitious goals is driving airport design to seek new energy and electrification solutions to prevent overheating.
With its tenth issue, DomusAir turns its lens on climate change, reading it from the perspective of the climate challenge. It's not just a play on words: this challenge must become everyone's challenge.
Suspended over the country’s busiest highway, the Køge North Station Bridge serves as a catalyst for growth and development in the area.
The world’s cities are expanding outwards and reducing their density. But according to Spanish architect, the cities we need are completely different.
In the intermodal hub in Latvia the transport infrastructures change the role and prospects of an entire region.
One Works has completed the first phase of the Ukrainian city reconstruction-regeneration masterplan, a project promoted by UNECE.
Outdoor plazas protected by trees and solar canopies; variable temperatures inside the terminal reduce the necessity of air conditioning. The Indian airport matches the necessity of energy saving with a comfortable experience.