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    DESSO AirMaster with DESSO EcoBase backing highly commended at 2014 Sustainability Awards
    DESSO AirMaster with DESSO EcoBase backing highly commended at 2014 Sustainability Awards

    The product won kudos from the awards jury for setting new standards for sustainable design and functionality whilst positively contributing to human health and wellbeing.


    University of Queensland Global Change Institute by HASSELL wins Public Building & Urban Design prize at 2014 Sustainability Awards
    University of Queensland Global Change Institute by HASSELL wins Public Building & Urban Design prize at 2014 Sustainability Awards

    The Global Change Institute has made shifts in industry thinking about buildings as consumers of resources to being contributors to environmental and social sustainability.


    Sir Samuel Griffith Centre by Cox Rayner Architects earns high praise at 2014 Sustainability Awards
    Sir Samuel Griffith Centre by Cox Rayner Architects earns high praise at 2014 Sustainability Awards

    This project is Australia’s first zero-emission teaching and research building, entirely powered by solar-hydrogen energy via a system that can even power adjoining existing buildings.


    Prince Alfred Park + Pool Upgrade by Sue Barnsley Design (in association with Neeson Murcutt Architects) wins Landscape Design prize at 2014 Sustainability Awards
    Prince Alfred Park + Pool Upgrade by Sue Barnsley Design (in association with Neeson Murcutt Architects) wins Landscape Design prize at 2014 Sustainability Awards

    Located at the edge of central Sydney, this project is more than just a pool and parkland with some playground equipment.


    Birrarung Marr Stormwater Harvesting & Landscape Integration Project highly commended by judges at 2014 Sustainability Awards
    Birrarung Marr Stormwater Harvesting & Landscape Integration Project highly commended by judges at 2014 Sustainability Awards

    Inner city land restoration projects are usually very challenging, but Birrarung Marr has achieved high standards while improving the aesthetic and amenity of this Yarra Bank site.


    The Commons by Breathe Architecture named Best of the Best at 2014 Sustainability Awards
    The Commons by Breathe Architecture named Best of the Best at 2014 Sustainability Awards

    An affordable but sustainable housing development in Melbourne has emerged as the biggest winner at this year's awards, selected from seven other very strong contenders.


    Best of the Best & Innovation of the Year 2013 winner: Suspended Geopolymer Concrete Floor Panels by
    Best of the Best & Innovation of the Year 2013 winner: Suspended Geopolymer Concrete Floor Panels by

    Replacing cement with flyash in the mix, the suspended geopolymer concrete floor panels used at the Global Change Institute in Queensland contains no normal Portland cement.


    Office Fitout 2013 winner: Carlton Graphic Design Studios by Zen Architects
    Office Fitout 2013 winner: Carlton Graphic Design Studios by Zen Architects

    Three key strategies – a brand new façade, pared back interiors and warm spatial connection – have transformed an existing 1980s building into a positive and sustainable workplace.


    Small Commercial 2013 winner: Headquarters for Birkenstock Australia by Melbourne Design Studios
    Small Commercial 2013 winner: Headquarters for Birkenstock Australia by Melbourne Design Studios

    Intuitively illustrating Birkenstock Australia’s commitment to sustainability, craftsmanship, quality, honesty and integrity, this small commercial refurb and fitout has created spaces that are a joy to be and work in.


    Large Commercial 2013 winner: Lifestyle Working Collins Street by Nettleton Tribe
    Large Commercial 2013 winner: Lifestyle Working Collins Street by Nettleton Tribe

    As the first to achieve a 5 Star Green Star rating for a commercial strata building, Lifestyle Working Collins Street has set new standards in the commercial built environment with its innovative initiatives.


    Public Building & Urban Design 2013 winner: The Wayside Chapel by Environa Studio
    Public Building & Urban Design 2013 winner: The Wayside Chapel by Environa Studio

    This project is a prime example of socially progressive, environmentally cutting-edge architecture, all achieved within a low budget. Sustainability is built in, and not simply added on.


    Landscape Design 2013 winner: Walla Mulla and Bourke Street Parks by Chris Elliott Architects + Terr
    Landscape Design 2013 winner: Walla Mulla and Bourke Street Parks by Chris Elliott Architects + Terr

    Home to many of the area's homeless for years, the Walla Mulla and Bourke Street Parks' upgrades have improved the parks’ amenities, whilst providing new community areas for its inhabitants and the locals.


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