The largest commercial office development in Sydney’s CBD, Commonwealth Bank Place at Sydney’s Darling Quarter is an outstanding showcase for social, environmental and economic sustainability.
Now, Commonwealth Bank Place can lay claim to the title of Australia’s most sustainable office, after achieving 6 Star Green Star ratings for design, construction, interior fitout and performance.
The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) takes us behind its 4 Star Green Star rated facility which showcases a range of core sustainability features.
The Prince’s Terrace Adelaide brings low-carbon lessons learnt in the UK to Australia – and shows why innovative thinking and clever design can create spectacular, sustainable outcomes that stand the test of time.
In a first for Western Australia, Frasers Property Australia’s new Perth office fitout has achieved 6 Star Green Star – Interiors v1 certification, demonstrating world leadership in sustainable interiors.
Relaxed seaside living meets sustainability innovation at Australia’s first 6 Star Green Star – Community, Alkimos Beach in Western Australia.
Australia’s first Green Star ‘Optional Design Review’ put 185 Pirie Street in Adelaide on the fast-track to certification success – and all before a single brick was laid.
Aura is the largest mixed-use development ever undertaken under single ownership in Australia. Over the next three decades, Aura will grow to a similar size and scale to Maroochydore, Hervey Bay or Gladstone and will be home to around 50,000 people.
Constructed in 1963 and extended a number of times over the years, the former Clipsal light manufacturing building had laid empty since 2009. While a knockdown rebuild may have been easier, the building’s industrial design proved ripe for a green retrofit.