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    Whites Dispensary by Studio Equator
    Whites Dispensary by Studio Equator

    Whites Dispensary is a good example of what alternatives to traditional construction can be achieved with an ethos of minimising a project's current and future impact on the environment.


    NAB Docklands 700 Bourke Street by Woods Bagot
    NAB Docklands 700 Bourke Street by Woods Bagot

    The NAB building at 700 Bourke Street focuses on sustainability and flexible working spaces in order to create a working environment that fulfils NAB’s objectives not only now, but well into the future.


    Simpson Construction Co Offices by Atelier Wagner Architects
    Simpson Construction Co Offices by Atelier Wagner Architects

    Simpson Construction Co offices have been built for the long term benefit of the company and as such was designed to be inherently sustainable at an environmental, social and economic level.


    Legion House by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp
    Legion House by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp

    Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp's choice of state-of-the-art technology has made Legion House one of the most sustainable designs in the world.


    Outpost 742709-9 by Drew Heath Architects
    Outpost 742709-9 by Drew Heath Architects

    This base camp for riders is made as small as possible while fitting as many people as possible under a big lightweight roof that would protect it from the elements.


    Hindmarsh Corporate Centre by k20 Architecture
    Hindmarsh Corporate Centre by k20 Architecture

    The Hindmarsh Council’s corporate offices design by k20 Architecture draws inspiration from the region’s local rural vernacular of wheat silos which are typically clad in sheet metal, as well as the region’s agricultural shed.


    UWS College Teaching Facility, Bankstown Campus by BKA Architecture
    UWS College Teaching Facility, Bankstown Campus by BKA Architecture

    UWSCollege Teaching Facility, Bankstown allowed BKA Architecture to formalise its commitment to using good environmental principles, taking the solution beyond fundamental passive design.


     8 Chifley Square by Mirvac/ Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners and Lippmann Partnership
    8 Chifley Square by Mirvac/ Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners and Lippmann Partnership

    8 Chifley Square was generated by the desire to create a 21st century workplace with the highest possible standards of user amenity and a world class sustainability target of 6 Star Green Star Design v2 certified rating.


    UTS Haberfield Rowing Club by HASSELL
    UTS Haberfield Rowing Club by HASSELL

    The UTS Haberfield Rowing Club, situated on the edge of the shore at Iron Cove Bay, is a perfect manifestation of Sydney-siders’ love affair with the interaction between land and water.


    Surf Coast Secondary College by dwp|suters
    Surf Coast Secondary College by dwp|suters

    Surf Coast Secondary College is designed to celebrate eco friendly materials and energy efficient design techniques with a focus on the communication of environmental responsibility to students.


    Sir Samuel Griffith Centre by Cox Rayner Architects
    Sir Samuel Griffith Centre by Cox Rayner Architects

    The Sir Samuel Griffith Centre is the first building worldwide to convert solar energy into hydrogen, as well as Australia’s first zero-emission teaching and research building.


    Rippon Lea Roof Reinstatement by Lovell Chen
    Rippon Lea Roof Reinstatement by Lovell Chen

    The Rippon Lea roof reinstatement project provided an opportunity to implement measures that increase the environmental and economic sustainability of the mansion.


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