Digitalisation is having an impact on all those who use our buildings. The real estate sector, which includes planning, major construction companies, marketing and services must adapt.
Thursday October 31st, 2019
2 Rives, the circular-economy neighbourhood in Paris
When companies start pooling their efforts, sharing their tools and valuing their resources, does that create a circular economy?
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