On October 11, this year’s Sustainability Awards recognised the best and most innovative sustainable design. Whether you were there to witness the winners and revelry or couldn’t make it, take a look back at what went down at the Sustainability Awards 2018.
October 18th, 2018
For twelve years Architecture & Design and Infolink have been championing Australia’s most sustainable work through its annual Sustainability Awards. Bringing in a high calibre of design, this year’s awards continue the message of environmental commitment to sustainable design.
The gala ceremony took place on Thursday 11 October, with Environ Studio’s Tone Wheeler taking up the role of master of ceremonies. The shortlist was made up of a truly astonishing range of examples of how design can be not only sustainable, but beautiful too.
The night was a roaring success and a reminder of how important thoughtful and considered sustainable design is in building and city planning. We thank our sponsors and all who attended the gala event and can’t wait for the next Sustainability Awards.
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