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Multidirectional lift system reinvents urban mobility

Engineers at TK Elevator have created an innovative multidirectional lift system that could revolutionise urban mobility and the design of large buildings.

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Rebuilding Christchurch – making a city more disaster prepared

Even for a city with experience of earthquakes, the 6.3 magnitude tremor that struck Christchurch in February nine years ago was unprecedented in its impact.

Lakhta Centre, Russia

Lakhta centre represents new greener era for skyscrapers

The Lakhta Centre in Russia is not only one of the tallest buildings in Europe, it is one of the five most eco-friendly skyscrapers on the planet.

The House of Tomorrow Today

House of Tomorrow Today delivers comfort and sustainability

An experimental home in the Netherlands is providing powerful insights into the principles of sustainable design through the cold-formed steel frame that sits at its core.

The National Assembly Communication Hall is built with POSCO's INNOVILT steel construction material products

South Korea’s National Assembly Communication Hall built with INNOVILT

The Premium Steel Structural Material Brand INNOVILT has underpinned the latest addition to South Korea's National Assembly.

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POSCO launches ‘INNOVILT’ – A premium brand of steel products for construction

Introducing ‘INNOVILT’, POSCO’s Premium Construction Material Brand Steel is the main material used for construction.

ConstructSteel Museum of the future Dubai

Museum of the Future pushes the boundaries of aesthetic design

One of the most challenging and unique building projects in the world, Dubai’s Museum of the Future is a true architectural experiment

Huangtengxia Tianmen Sky Walk

Glass corridor in China takes tourists above the clouds

This stunning steel-built tourist attraction in China features the world’s biggest piece of glass, among other record-breaking engineering feats.