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    Archiblox makes Fast Company’s list of World’s Most Innovative Companies of 2016

    Nathan Johnson

    Victorian modular housing design and construction outfit Archiblox has been named on Fast Company’s list of Most Innovative Companies of 2016.

    Archiblox is the only Australian architecture firm to make the list, placing third in the Top Ten Companies by Sector for Architecture behind Rem Koolhaas’ Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) at number two and Tokyo’s Sannaa and number one.

    It was Archiblox’s now-famous Carbon Positive House (CPH) that earned the team their Fast Company listing, the US tech-business magazine was most impressed with CPH’s environmental sustainability credentials and its speed of construction.

    Also on the list is London-based architecture collective, Assemble who stunned the global art community last December to win the 2015 Turner Prize – Europe’s most prestigious contemporary visual art award.

    Sanaa were the only architecture team to make Fast Company’s World's 50 Most Innovative Companies 2016, coming in at number 30 companies like Buzz Feed, Facebook and Spotify.

    ABOUT CARBON POSITIVE HOUSE BY ARCHIBLOX

    The Most Innovative Companies of 2016: Top Companies by Sector - Architecture

    01 SANAA
    For upping the ante on architectural biomimicry

    02 Office For Metropolitan Architecture
    For democratizing high design

    03 Archiblox
    For making the sustainable home a reality

    04 Tengbom
    For developing the future of architecture in real time

    05 Ingenhoven Architects
    For marrying the man-made with the natural

    06 Assemble
    For seeing opportunities for good design everywhere--from gas stations to playgrounds

    07 Gerber Architeckten
    For thinking on its feet in the Middle East

    08 Kasita
    For upgrading the "mobile" home

    09 Ateliers Jean Nouvel
    For putting the Louvre in Abu Dhabi

    10 Lake | Flato
    For being a leader in architecture's sustainability evolution

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