Sustainability Event: ZERO is a hypothetical Melbourne-based building that has zero net carbon emissions. This August, the firm behind the project, GHD, invite you to hear more about the remarkable concept.
July 30th, 2008
The concept was unveiled at GHD’s one-day forum on sustainability, titled "Our Planet – Leaving a Legacy" on 21 September 2007.
The energy and resource-efficient building concept, appropriately called ZERO, is "located" at Melbourne’s busy Richmond Station on the corner of Swan Street and Punt Road.
Almost one year later, GHD Architecture invites you to come and hear more about ZERO.
Date: Friday 8th August 2008
Time: 6:pm sharp for drinks and canape?s
6:30pm for ZERO presentation
Place: State Library of Victoria Theaterette
328 Swanston Street Melbourne
Entry 3 La Trobe Street
(Between Russell and Swanston)
Key note speakers:
Paul Thatcher GHD Design Director Architecture
Colin Berriman GHD Manager of Building Services
RSVP: Friday 1st August 2008
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