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Designed for its small carbon footprint, the 52 Cubic Wood office was created through a partnership of two design firms.
It doesn’t take long to realise that one of the most avant-garde and satirical designers in Australasia actually has a rather introverted and reclusive personality
The Weberhaus conference centre uses a huge amount of wood in its sustainable construction.
The Ballarat University Building Construction Training Centre was built before the embodied energy requirements were instituted, but still is very sustainable.
This home just off the coast from Melbourne has many unique features – not least its history as a chicory kiln and the reuse of an artwork as ceiling lining.
The new Burwood Hospital uses wood throughout the atrium for its acoustic properties.
The Grand Atrium of the Auckland Museum has opened after a long-awaited renovation.
Hovering like a caterpillar's cocoon, the Yellow Treehouse is a beautiful redwood structure.
The Aratoi Centre is designed as a space to exhibit and to inhabit by its community.
The Residential Care Home in Graz, Austria, creates a bright, natural atmosphere through extensive wood construction.
The Korkeasaari Zoo Lookout Tower provides a 360-degree view of Helsinki and its surroundings.
The free form, wide span wooden cupola with its multiple layers was made possible through parametric programming that included design facilities and options, statics, production, CNC machining, transport and assembly parameters