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A series of green wall installations surround Monash University’s refurbished Civil Engineering Hydraulics Laboratory—a visual manifestation of the activities that take place within the facility.
Engineers at Belgium research university KU Leuven have created a hydrogen gas panel that produces a world-record 250 litres of hydrogen gas per day.
A recently completed 7,500sqm commercial office in Barrack Place, Sydney, has received high praise from the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) for demonstrating “world leadership in sustainable design”.
A series of changes proposed by the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) include a mandatory net zero benchmark for any building seeking a 6 Star Green Star rating.
A team at RMIT University has discovered a new way to make bricks out of biosolids—the by-product of wastewater treatment processes that is commonly used as agriculture fertiliser.
The 10 best buildings of 2018 merging great design with great performance include a library in Toronto, a school campus focused on teaching complex sustainability issues, and a new US courthouse in Los Angeles.
Founded by artists and philanthropists Cathy and Peter Halstead, the Tippet Rise Art Center is shaped by a commitment to the arts, resource conservation and land stewardship.
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) has lodged a new development application for the construction of a new timber building designed by Tzannes and Lendlease.
Eight researchers from ETH Zurich, in collaboration with industry partners and with help from robotics and 3D printing technologies, have successfully completed the world’s first digitally planned and built residence.
Atlassian has become the first Australian tech company to join RE100, a global corporate initiative bringing together businesses committed to 100 percent renewable electricity.
Rio de Janeiro has beaten out Paris and Melbourne to host the Architecture World Congress of 2020, officially taking on the corresponding World Capital of Architecture title by the UNESCO.
Eleven women who have gone above and beyond their careers to create a more sustainable world were recognised at the 2018 Women in Sustainability Leadership Awards (WSLA) by Green Building & Design Magazine.