Applications of Nanomaterials in Architectural Design

Hala Abdelmoez Mohamed

Recently Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies play a major role in architectural design; building materials combined with nanotechnology became smaller, lighter, and work better than what is possible with conventional materials.

Many distinguish applications have been established in architecture and construction industry, for example improving the performance of traditional building materials, both structural materials such as (concrete, steel and wood) and nonstructural materials such as (glass, coating, and Air purification).

Presenting number of study cases for Nonstructural Nanomaterial applications.

Keywords

Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials, Nanoarchitecture, Smart materials, Sustainable Nanomaterials, Green nanotechnology.;

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