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In Australia, it’s safe to say that we’re a fair way behind many other parts of the world when it comes to the thermal performance of our buildings. This is largely a result of our predominantly temperate climate and the reduced need for better insulated, higher performance walls and windows.
Sustainability is more than just waste reduction initiatives and certifications at Interface (though those do also play a role). Designing and manufacturing beautiful flooring is underpinned by the company’s purpose: to build a resilient carbon negative business that provides excellent products for its customers while also reversing global warming.
Electrolux has been on a sustainability journey for quite some time - and as time goes by, their commitment to lowering their environmental impact only gets stronger. In fact, they have a long list of ambitious goals to undertake by 2030 in their quest to help create a more sustainable world.
The Best of the Best category of the Sustainability Awards isn’t so much an award, it’s more a celebration.
Designing within a confined space can be challenging for an architect. It isn’t necessarily a matter of having everything in its right place, it’s more a matter of constructing the ideal commercial space for the desired client, without sacrificing on sustainability.
If there was ever a time to move towards greener building methods and materials, it is right now. Given the climate crisis faced by our world today, the construction industry as a whole must look towards creating alternative solutions to the problems that continue to arise with our current building materials.
Intelligence, in its purest form, is an innate sense of knowledge. To have the understanding and comprehension to complete a task, and to be able to carry it out correctly and concisely.
The Single Dwelling (New) category of the 2021 Sustainability Awards champions projects that start from scratch without having to remain true to the previous history of an existing abode.
Interface is on a journey to be a carbon negative company by 2040, and Aidan Mullan is helping steer them there. We sit down with him to discover just what that journey entails.
Every architect starts somewhere. It might be a small-time gig, cutting their teeth in a practice and climbing the ladder. While this is the typical path of ascension, there are some industry personnel that rip the hinges off the door and make an impact that deserves recognition.
For many years, the name Cosentino has been synonymous with high-quality, technologically advanced surfaces for use in the home and public spaces. Brands such as Silestone®, Dekton® and Sensa by Cosentino® are renowned for the high-end appeal they give to any design, and are coveted by architects and designers alike.
The 2021 edition of the Sustainability Awards – Australia’s longest running and most prestigious awards program dedicated to acknowledging and celebrating excellence in sustainable design and architecture – will see the Green Building Material category return once more.