Natural buildings of the future | Research Festival 2020
University of Plymouth Research Festival 2020: Natural buildings of the future, how traditional building methods can be brought into the 21st Century. Wednesday 22 January 2020.
Sustainable construction project wins major European award
CobBauge, an EU-funded sustainable construction project between partners in England and France, was named the best sustainability project at the European Commission's RegioStars event.
€4 million funding announcement gives green light for construction of modern cob homes
CobBauge, a multi-million pound project to build a new generation of cob houses is set to continue for four more years, thanks to the announcement of more than €4 million in funding.
University of Plymouth's Cornerstone Heritage. CobBauge project - a view to constructing a new generation of energy efficient homes.
Traditional technique could inspire new generation of efficient homes
The University of Plymouth is leading an international research project which aims to take a traditional building method and repurpose it to create a new generation of energy efficient homes
University-led project recognised as one of the best in European awards
A €4m sustainable building project led by the University needs your vote, after being shortlisted for an EU-wide award for original and innovative research.
Research brings traditional sustainable building material into 21st century
An international research project aiming to update an ancient, sustainable building material has succeeded in bringing it into line with modern thermal standards.