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‘Facility Perspectives’: Fake or Fortune – How to Keep Green Infrastructure Thriving in a Pandemic

Lendlease Head Office, Barangaroo. Article published in Facility Perspectives magazine, December issue, by Ben Nicholson, The Urban Greener In apartments across the country, where many of us are working from home, plants (and pets) [...]

Nature and Buildings Unite to Create Living Masterpieces

A new type of building is emerging; one that fuses design and nature to create a living masterpiece. Including plants in buildings is simply not enough anymore, these masterpieces go beyond and are [...]

Daily Telegraph: ‘Living the Green Dream’

Photo by Ant Zikas, supplied by Crown Group. Article originally published in The Daily Telegraph by Jonathan Chancellor on 12 September 2020 Natural materials, from timber to waterfalls, are topping the list for [...]

How to Weave Nature Through Our Concrete Jungles Podcast

Hanna & Jock Gammon: How to Weave Nature Through Our Concrete Jungles The Shifting Ape Podcast | Liam Crook & William Van Ausdal With a perfect combination of scientific, horticultural and communications skills, [...]

Belle Magazine: ‘Back to Life’

Originally published in Belle magazine by Georgina Safe, 24 August 2020 The calming, healing qualities of nature are undeniable with more urban-garden projects bringing it closer to us every day. In his 1984 book [...]

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 [...]

Crown Group CEO calls for ‘wellness’ to be integrated into building standards

Originally published in Elite Agent, 25 August 2020. Image by Taylor Brammer, supplied by Crown Group. Crown Group Chairman and CEO Iwan Sunito is calling for tenants’ physical and mental wellbeing to be considered [...]

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 [...]