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Junglefy Appoints National Construction Manager

Announced this week, Sam Kennett has been appointed as Junglefy’s Construction Manager. Sam began working with Junglefy in 2018 as Project Manager for South Australian projects and then went on to also manage projects [...]

Apartment Design Must Change After COVID

Originally published in Sourceable, by Andrew Heaton, 28 August 2020. Image by Taylor Brammer, supplied by Crown Group. The design of houses and apartment complexes needs to change after COVID in order to deliver [...]

Concrete Playground: ‘This New Waterloo Retail Precinct Is Home to Australia’s Tallest Man-Made Waterfall’

Originally published in Concrete Playground by Marissa Ciampi on 20 July, 2020 Waterloo has recently welcomed a whopping $400-million residential and retail precinct, and it boasts much more than just its 331 luxury (and pet-friendly) [...]

Media Release: ‘Green cities Roadmap should be part of COVID-19 recovery stimulus, experts say’

Originally published by University of Melbourne, 5 June 2020 Junglefy Biodiversity Green Roof at Yerrabingin Indigenous Rooftop Farm, South Eveleigh. A Roadmap to fast-track flourishing green roofs, walls and facades in Australian [...]

Media Release: Greener cities could be a key component of our COVID-19 recovery

Originally published by Freya Norman, UNSW Sydney, 5 June 2020 A roadmap to fast-track flourishing green roofs, walls and facades released today could provide a job stimulus and support economic recovery. Manly Vale [...]

The Conversation – Greening our grey cities: here’s how green roofs and walls can flourish in Australia

Melbourne Sky Park, between the CBD grid and Docklands precinct. (Oculus, used with permission, Author provided) Originally published in The Conversation on 5 June 2020 by Nicholas Williams, Cathy Oke, Leisa Sargent  Tomorrow [...]

Media Release: Breathing Wall installed in living infrastructure trial

(L-R) Councillor Masood Chowdhury, Campbeltown Council; Jock Gammon, Junglefy; Mayor Brticevic, Campbelltown Council. Photo by Campbelltown Council The Campbelltown City centre landscape is now even greener with the installation of a new Breathing Wall [...]

Sourceable: Using Nature’s Resilience to Combat Climate Disasters

Originally published on Sourceable by Jock Gammon, 6 March 2020 Whether you live in Australia or on the other side of the world, it is likely you have heard of the bushfires that have [...]

Travel Insider (QANTAS magazine) – ‘The Office’

Originally published in Travel Insider (QANTAS magazine) by Caroline Hawkins, February 2020 Contemporary spaces that reframe the way we work Originally built in 1988, the two-tower office building at 485 La Trobe Street in [...]

Organic Gardener: ‘Wall to wall green’

Excerpt taken from article originally published in Organic Gardener by Helen Cushing, February 2020 ... The green building revolution One Central Park, Sydney ‘Living infrastructure’ is the preferred name these days for [...]

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