Innovative bio/geo-sourced, re-used and recycled Products coupled with
BIM-based digital platform for very low carbon construction, circular economy, energy and
resource efficiency.



Project No: 101123412 - INBUILT


Total cost :  €9.4 million


EU contribution: €7.3 million



Duration: December 2023 – May 2027



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  • University Côte d’Azur (France)
  • Commissariat à l’Énergie Atomique et aux Énergies Alternatives (France)
  • Leipfinger-Bader GmbH (Germany)
  • Institut de Tecnología de la Construcción de Catalunya (Spain)
  • University of Stuttgart (Germany)
  • Acondicionamiento Terrasense Associacion (Spain)
  • Indresmat SL (Spain)
  • Heinrich Feess GmbH & Co.KG (Germany)
  • Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Germany)
  • Balticfloc SIA (Latvia)
  • Filiater (France)
  • Greenovate!Europe (Belgium)
  • Biofab Zero Tecnologias Ambientais Lda (Portugal)
  • Lux Façade Engineering s.a. (Luxembourg)
  • Eskilara S.Koop Txikia (Spain)
  • ZRS Architekten Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH (Germany)
  • Internationale Bauausstellung 2027 StadtRegion Stuttgart GmbH (Germany)
  • University of Bath (United Kingdom)
  • Material Cultures (United Kingdom)


INBUILT is an EU-funded Horizon Europe project focused on transforming sustainable
building practices in Europe. Led by Université Côte d'Azur, the project will develop and
demonstrate 10 innovative building products and systems designed to reduce the carbon
footprint of buildings significantly.


These products, utilizing local bio- and geo-materials as well as reused and recycled
components, will be tested in real-world settings in France, the UK, and Germany. INBUILT's
collaborative approach, involving a consortium of 16 partners, aims to advance the
construction sector by demonstrating the viability of sustainable materials and construction


In addition, these solutions will be coupled with a digital platform, employing a Building
Information Modelling approach to optimize the lifecycle management of construction
projects, enhanced by Integrated Project Delivery. This initiative aligns with Europe's
sustainability goals by promoting resource conservation and efficiency in the construction