Canadian company Dirtt provides reusable building components and 3D design software, but is still convincing architects it's more sustainable than other options - and worth the price — The Guardian
My friend Bill wrote this article in the Guardian about a Canadian company called DIRTT, which claims to be reducing construction-related waste with its 3D modeling software and "made-to-order building materials that snap into place". It's being used by companies such as Google and Skechers... check out the article and let me know what you think about this product. Is this as innovative as it sounds? Is there a comparable solution on the market? Would you consider using such a product in your designs?