CORPUS is a new customer magazine aimed as much at decision makers in the construction industry as at architects, structural engineers, urban planners and product designers. Its focus is on the review and analysis of current issues in the fields of urbanization, architecture, infrastructure and sustainability – all of which have a major effect on how we will live in the future, worldwide.

How will demographic change and the rapid growth of cities impact the architecture of tomorrow? How can ecological and urban planning challenges be mastered with the aid of new high-performance materials? Interdisciplinary work on possible responses to these and other important issues is presented interactively in CORPUS. Some of these approaches are embodied in BASF high-performance products for the construction sector, and the magazine graphically depicts and explains their characteristics and possible applications. CORPUS is appearing quarterly.

The K show will soon be opening its doors – it was here that we premiered our SLENTITE high-performance insulating material three years ago. Since then a lot has happened, as we shall show in Düsseldorf from 19 to 26 October. And we’ve got a true all-round experience in store for visitors: In our 360° film, they can immerse themselves in architectural worlds. We shall be telling you more about the making-of the film for the trade show on the following pages.
In this issue, we are also presenting intelligent solutions for urban challenges. The combination of biology and technology makes the CityTree developed by start-up Green City Solutions a living pollution filter. In an interview, co-founder and COO Peter Sänger explains the principle behind it and shares his vision for the clean, livable city of tomorrow. The future is also the subject in Luxemburg where the Pont Grand-Duchesse Charlotte, one of the city’s key bridges, is being refurbished. The use of our Sandwich Plate System ensures that the traffic artery will stay open throughout the project.

We hope you enjoy your read of CORPUS #6.

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Ratings and Reviews

Nice app for readers.


Good app.. Nice User Interface and easy access to magazines, newsstands. However, more set of things can be taken into consideration which appeal to large audiences. The best thing about it is that it offers a free subscription . Download and enjoy news at your hand.

Good read!


Really nice magazine. It also has a nice clean look to the interface making it even better!

Generally good magazine just the design should be improved


Pros: Targeting the professionals, precise information, up-to-date information
Cons: Not that visually appealing for the design, error in downloading
My job involves the communications with architects and the magazine provides me the news of the industry. The review articles of the current issues in the fields of architecture is good. Just personally I think the sections involving sustainability are not useful as the articles were talking about cliche all the time. Perhaps the editors can improve this part in the future issues.
The visual design should be improved. The content is not easy to navigate. The menu is difficult to read at the first time. The background should not be assigned as black color. The contrast is a big issue in viewing the content in the menu page. I really hope the app. can be improved in the next version. Besides, I found that occasionally there is a downloading error for the issues. Re-download is required. It is unknown whether it is my problems in the connection or the device. Not sure if others also experience the same error.
Overall, my experience with the app. is positive. If you are considering downloading the app., I have no complaints about it. But I just would like to tell you preparing the difficulties in viewing the contents at the beginning.


BASF Corporation
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