The complex that provided living quarters for 17,000 Olympic athletes is being refurbished and will soon become part of a new neighborhood built around walkability and green spaces.
The Movement Cafe, a temporary cafe and community space originally created for the 2012 Olympics, was built using largely recycled and reclaimed materials.
Track stars and swimmers weren’t the only ones setting records at the London Olympics.
This summer’s Olympics have been called the greenest yet — but the lion’s share of its emissions were generated by the (green) buildings of the Olympic Park.
How to design a building that keeps fans cool even as it retains the warmer temps cyclists prefer? The Velodome at the London Olympics is a cool green solution.
An iconic setting for Olympic and Paralympic competitions, London’s Basketball Arena is a temporary structure composed largely of recyclable materials.
Luc Fusaro is using 3D printing technology to design and ideally manufacture custom sprinting shoes for Olympic athletes.