An editorial series exploring the potential of stone to be a viable, low-carbon, modern structural material.
Stone has the potential to become a go-to, low-carbon structural material, but barriers around quarrying and a lack of awareness must be overcome to make this a reality, experts tell Dezeen in this Stone Age 2.0 feature. More
Harnessing stone as a structural material can make architecture more enjoyable to both build and inhabit argues Tristram Carfrae, an Arup engineer working on the Sagrada Familia, in this Stone Age 2.0 interview. More
The sustainability of structural stone is dependent on how and where it is quarried and its reputation as an infinite material is misleading, warns Slovak-British architect Natalia Petkova in this Stone Age 2.0 interview. More
The built environment must hark back to its low-carbon past and embrace stone as a structural material if it is to effectively tackle its environmental footprint, writes Steve Webb as part of our Stone Age 2.0 series. More
ACAN Natural Materials Group co-ordinator Aurore Baulier calls on architects to embrace stone's natural qualities and reintroduce the material into their toolkits in this Stone Age 2.0 interview. More