Hemp-Lime Bio-Composites – Review and Analysis of World-Wide Architectural Examples
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The aim of this work is to discuss architectural applications of hemp-lime bio-composite – a sustainable building material with unique properties whose use presents a variety of spatial and technical solutions. This paper provides a brief review of global examples, noting the most interesting projects and analysing the current level of technological development.
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