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15 Listen 1 Architects must confront the embodied carbon of their work, argues Peter Clegg

17 Listen 2 Ancient technologies can provide us with the most sustainable design solutions, explains Julia Watson

18 Listen 3 Designers and manufacturers must work together to champion material sustainability, says Benedicte Sunde

21 Meet We meet the co-curators of the British Pavilion at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale, Madeleine Kessler and Manijeh Verghese of Unscene Architecture

22 On the drawing board The League Two football team of Forest Green Rovers is due the world’s first timber stadium, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects

24 Repetition We revel in the work of the original master of repetition, Andy Warhol, as a new retrospective blockbuster opens at Tate Modern

27 Project With a new office building for Homes England in Cambridgeshire, Proctor & Matthews Architects has harnessed local heritage and natural materials

31 Project Multi-coloured ceramic tiling animates the facade of Page\Park’s extension to Leeds Playhouse

35 Project Helen Parton takes a look at the brands harnessing recycled fishing nets into their products — from Ege Carpets to Deakin and Blue

40 Curated diary Director of Glasgow International, Richard Parry, selects the best shows and events to catch this spring

4 Blueprint 369

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Rubble as resource

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As the building industry becomes more conscious of material usage and carbon footprint, some are turning to recycled and recyclable materials. Richard Orange heads to Copenhagen to meet the practices — from Lendager Group to 3XN and Vandkunsten — embracing the circular economy

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Natural wonders

Biomaterials, from mycelium to seaweed plastic, are taking the design world by storm — but how much feasibility lies behind the buzz? Debika Ray explores

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The road less travelled

Johnny Tucker sits down with Tom Dixon, whose road to his global design empire — from a failed band to two motorcycle crashes — may not be what you expect 46

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