Finalists announced for 2017 Sustainability Awards

480 Queen Street and International House Sydney are two of the projects to make the finals this year
Story by: Trends

The Sustainability Awards jury has just come forward with the finalists for Australia, with winning projects including 480 Queen Street and International House Sydney. There are a number of other interesting projects included on the list, which you can find at the link below.The awards cover a range of sectors, including (but not limited to):CommercialEducationInterior architectureNew single dwellingsAlterationsInnovationsWe've included a few of the finalists in the gallery above, along with information about the project.From the Sustainability Awards: For over a decade we’ve held the nation’s most respected design awards program devoted to sustainable building. We reward those who share our desire to curtail and reverse the ecological footprint of our built environment. We celebrate those who design, manufacture and construct green buildings of all sizes and purposes. And those who continually hold the line against compromise to do so.


Because we believe sustainability should be the primary requirement for all building design and the major measure of architectural achievement.Sustainability Awards 2017 finalists

Sep 12, 2017





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