From innovative architectural material solutions, to colourful works seeking solutions for the future, and playful metaphors for the issues of today. We deep dive into the creatives starting new conversations around sustainability.
Discover the 12 projects that took home top honours at the 2022 awards.
Each year, the Sustainability Awards makes special mention of the individuals who are making, or have made, an outstanding impact in the world of sustainable built design. Discover the individuals celebrated at the 2022 Sustainability Awards.
2022’s Australian Furniture Design Award goes to Ashley Eriksmoen, for her entry ‘The Dream, or: the view from here is both bleak and resplendent.’
An extraordinary group of emerging designers from around the world have been Discovered, thanks to American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) and Wallpaper*.
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.
For POMO’s new studio, Creative Director Stephen Burton envisioned a sustainable, inspirational and creative workspace that would be complimentary to the old-growth trees and forest in which it would be built.
McGregor Coxall’s Lizard Log Parklands balances a sustainable and sensitive response to a rural woodland site. Elana Castle reports on the robust, high-end outcome.
Stephen Lacey speaks with environmental manager Billi Hayes, about the challenges ahead for creating a truly sustainable planet.
Your Future Home Green Interior Awards spotlight interior designers, consultants and stylists who have completed a project with a ‘green’ theme.
For a multitude of reasons Hysan Place is a significant addition to Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay precinct