As architects and designers, what does ‘sustainable design’ mean to you? What does it look like? Get your submissions in for the Sustainability Awards 2020 and show us what you’ve got!
July 9th, 2020
For the past 14 years, Architecture & Design has hosted the nation’s most respected Sustainability Awards program devoted to Australia’s built environment. Since then, the conversation around and integration of sustainability in design has steadily gained momentum, now widely considered one of our industry’s utmost priorities, and the projects are booming in quality and quantity.
The Architecture & Design Sustainability Awards serves to reward those who share our desire to curtail and reverse the ecological footprint of our built environment and celebrate those who design, manufacture and construct green buildings, products and materials of all sizes and purposes. To deliver such a distinguished level of award relies on the highest calibre and diversity of entries to ensure that the finalists and winners of each category represent, quite simply, Australia’s best.
For the Awards to truly do our industry (and the topic of sustainable design) due justice, receiving the very best entries that our industry has to offer is paramount. So why not show them what you’ve and help make the 2020 Architecture & Design Sustainability Awards the best yet.
The fourteenth annual Architecture & Design Sustainability Awards is set to be held November 12 in Melbourne, Victoria. The time to enter is now.
Featured image: ActiveSG Park, Jurong Lake Gardens, Singapore designed by Zarch Collaboratives. Photography by Finbarr Fallon.
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