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New wonder wall set to clear the air at Manly Vale

Originally published by the University of Technology on 15 November 2017 In summary:  A world-first project will install more than 9000 plants on the external walls of a three-storey carpark being built on Sydney's northern [...]

Sourceable: Living Infrastructure Will Benefit Australia’s Ageing Population

This article was originally published in Sourceable by Jock Gammon. Australia’s ageing population is about to greatly increase the country’s demand for living infrastructure. Anyone who knows Baby Boomers knows this generation is not going [...]

Five times green walls elevated interior architecture

This article was originally published in Architecture & Design Plant-covered buildings have become immensely popular over the last few years – and understandably so. Exterior green roofs and walls have [...]

2017-10-25T16:30:41+10:00August 21st, 2017|Categories: Breathing Wall, Case Studies, News, Published Articles|

Sourceable: ‘Who’s Paying? Funding Living Infrastructure in 2017 and Beyond’

This article was first published in Sourceable Ravenswood School green wall When it comes to living or green infrastructure, funding is a commonly citied barrier to implementation. And like clean energy and [...]

Sourceable: ‘Green motorways – Contradiction in terms or potential reality?’

This article was first published in SourceableA few years ago I was stuck in hellish Sydney traffic, with the temperature soaring close to 40oC, and as I entered the tunnel surrounded by huge walls of [...]

Why green walls are more than just a pretty façade

Originally published in Property Australia on 2 May 2017 Green walls have captured our imaginations since the days of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. But today's high-tech vertical gardens are more than just a pretty [...]

2017-10-25T16:37:37+10:00May 3rd, 2017|Categories: Living Infrastructure, Media, News, Published Articles|

An assessment of the potential fungal bioaerosol production from an active living wall

The team at UTS recently had an article published in the academic journal Building and Environment, Volume 111, January 2017. Here's an abstract of the article: Active living walls, or indoor air biofilters, have been proposed [...]

Sourceable: What is research commercialisation?

Research commercialisation refers to the process through which ideas or research are transformed into marketable products, capital gains, income from licences and/or revenue from the sale of new product. Recently, my firm landed an [...]

Sourceable: Creating resilient cities with living infrastructure

The climate is becoming more unpredictable and fierce with each passing year. Extreme weather and natural disasters like bushfires, storms, floods and cyclones can have a devastating impact on communities, businesses, homes, and public [...]

Sourceable: Living infrastructure report card

From the formation of an industry alliance and a biodiversity sensitive urban design protocol, to promises of increased greenery and infrastructure for a new age, the last nine months have seen quite a bit of [...]

2019-06-05T14:33:59+10:00April 26th, 2016|Categories: Living Infrastructure, Opinion, Published Articles|Tags: , |
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