Article showcasing new generation of designers and architects are creating a new generation of buildings that emphasize reusable structures, recycled materials, and sustainable disassembly.
WIRED April 2023
Blog post advocating for the field of historic preservation to become more engaged with deconstruction and the circular economy.
Preservation League of NYS April 2022
Letter to the editor outlining the need for deconstruction in our region.
Ithaca Voice May 2021
Article highlighting current deconstruction efforts and how buildings designed to be disassembled can create equitable economies and environments.
BBC February 2023
Radio story and article highlighting the Catherine Commons Deconstruction Project and the example it sets for the City.
WSKG February 2022
Insights from CR0WD founding members on the built environment and material circularity.
Cornell Chronicle May 2021
Building Better-Less-Different: Circular Construction and Circular Economy
By Felix Heisel and Dirk E. Hebel, with Ken Webster, with contributions from CR0WD partners.
Video and written feature on CR0WD's Catherine Commons Deconstruction Project.
Cornell Chronicle February 2022
CR0WD partner Felix Heisel weighs in on a new program to reuse architectural mock-ups in community gardens as a way to keep them out of the landfill.
The New York Times November 2022
Story detailing two deconstruction projects in in Cleveland, OH and how salvage and reuse fits into the city's sustainability plans.
The Land February 2022
Feature on the emergence of deconstruction policies in U.S cities.
WIRED February 2022
Story on a reclaimed lumber business in Portland, OR, a city with a deconstruction ordinance.
KATU News January 2017
Article detailing some of the challenges and opportunities in scaling up deconstruction and the circular economy.
The New York Times September 2021
Opinion piece on the environmental and economic necessity for deconstruction in Europe and how emerging technologies can aid the growth of salvage and reuse.
The Guardian January 2020