Leonardo da Vinci. This quote could be the motto of biomimicry. What does that mean for the real estate sector? Bio-based real estate: reinventing a city by living organisms, for living organisms. Pauline Philippe tell us more.
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Brézillon Environnement collaborates with Hésus to process inert soil from sites
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Eco-design: to make construction durable and smart
A platform in favour of eco-design, created by Marie-Luce Godinot, Executive Vice President of Bouygues Construction, in charge of Information Systems, Digital Transformation, Innovation and Sustainable Development; and Thierry Juif, Environment and Eco-design manager for Bouygues Construction.
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