Based on its conceptual design, SVES outperforms concrete and steel in strength, while storing atmospheric carbon dioxide. With the global construction industry shifting its reliance on concrete and steel towards more sustainable alternatives, the resulting SVES from this project could be the alternative.
At the end of the project, PRODUCE will be sharing the findings of its research and the viability of SVES in construction via applications in structures such as floor slabs and wall panels.
Find out more about the Good Design Research initiative here.
Pan Yi Cheng, Design Director and Co-Founder of Produce Workshop