Grimshaw and UEL develop sugarcane-waste blocks that "could replace the traditional brick industry"

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Grimshaw and UEL develop sugarcane-waste blocks that "could replace the traditional brick industry"
Architecture studio Grimshaw and the University of East London have collaborated to create Sugarcrete, a biomaterial construction block with an interlocking shape made from the sugarcane by-product bagasse. Sugarcrete was developed to be a low-cost and low-carbon reusable construction-material alternative to brick and concrete. The concept, desig...
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  • Fecha de publicación: 26-05-2023

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