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Australia’s First Indigenous Rooftop Farm Opens

Australia's first Indigenous rooftop farm in now open at South Eveleigh. The visionary concept was developed by cultural start-up Yerrabingin in a collaboration with Mirvac. The 500sqm rooftop farm was officially opened by NSW [...]

Biophilic Design is Good Design, Everything Else is Worthless

Originally published on Sourceable, by Jock Gammon, 10 April 2019 There’s been increasing chatter around the concept of biophilic design lately and while it’s great to hear, I wonder if we are all-talk, no [...]

Yerrabingin and Junglefy Partner to Integrate Indigenous Design Thinking into Living Infrastructure Projects

Junglefy and Yerrabingin, are excited to announce a new partnership, working together on multiple living infrastructure projects to deliver Indigenous design-led thinking and positive community outcomes. Yerrabingin, is a visionary start-up that disrupts conventional approaches [...]

James Griffin MP visits Junglefy nursery

Last week, James Griffin MP, Member for Manly visited our nursery to learn what goes into creating living infrastructure projects like the Manly Vale commuter car park. Mr Griffin saw where the 9,000 plants [...]

Media Release – B-Line success – $5.9 million passenger trips in first year

Originally published by Transport for NSW on 6 December 2018 The NSW Government’s B-Line bus service has carried more people in its first year of operation than the population of Greater Sydney. Minister for [...]

Company Announcement – Junglefy™️ announce international expansion and strategic European appointment

Junglefy confirm overseas distribution of the patented Breathing Wall technology via the appointment of European distributor. Junglefy announced today that its scientifically proven Breathing Wall system will be made available internationally in 2019. This [...]

2018-11-14T12:46:24+10:00 November 13th, 2018|Categories: Industry News, Living Infrastructure, News|Tags: , |

South China Morning Post – ‘Asia’s first vertical forest could reshape how cities fight climate change’

Originally published in the South China Morning Post by Peta Tomlinson on 21 October 2018. Designed to absorb 25 tonnes of carbon dioxide a year and produce about 60kg of oxygen per day, the [...]

2018-10-24T17:33:38+10:00 October 24th, 2018|Categories: Industry News, Living Design, Living Infrastructure, Media, Urban Greening|

The Importance of Living Infrastructure in Schools

Originally published on Sourceable by Jock Gammon, 14 September 2018. Did you know that in 2017, there were more than 3.8 million student enrolled in 9,444 (public, catholic and independent) primary and high schools [...]

The Urban Developer – ‘A Jungle of Rooftop Greenery’ : Council Makes Green Roof Push

Originally published in The Urban Developer by Ana Narvaez, 11 September 2018 Developers will be encouraged to include rooftop gardens and communal space on new apartment projects under proposed changes to Brisbane’s City Plan. [...]

Back to School: Urban Forestry

The University of Melbourne and the City of Melbourne have combined their collective knowledge to develop the Australian School of Urban Forestry. More than just tree planting, this intensive 6 day program explores the layering of [...]

2018-09-12T15:43:52+10:00 September 12th, 2018|Categories: Industry News, Living Design, Living Infrastructure, News, Urban Greening|
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