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01 Bendigo Hospital

D– Silver Thomas Hanley and Bates Smart

P – Shannon McGrath, Peter Clarke

C– Institutional

This projects integrates sustainable thinking into all design elements to deliver a healing and therapeutic environment. Green roofs reduce glare and heat island effect, while improving acoustic and thermal performance, and gathering rain. A cogeneration and trigeneration plant allows the simultaneous generation of electricity, heating and cooling.

02 Boneo country house

D– John Wardle Architects

P – Sharyn Cairns

C– Residential Single

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