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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 [...]

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 [...]

Media Release: Gawler Place Transformation Now Complete

Artist's impression of Gawler Place (by City of Adelaide) Published by City of Adelaide, 17 December 2019 The City of Adelaide’s Gawler Place upgrade has now been completed, creating a high-quality, people-focused street connecting [...]

Media release: Breathing Wall will Improve Air Quality

Breathing Wall site at Campbelltown Station Artist's impression of the Breathing Wall Published by Campbelltown Council, 17 December 2019 Campbelltown commuters will be greeted by cleaner air and a greener [...]

Report: Integrating Plant Life into Building and Infrastructure Rating Tools

Commissioned by Hort Innovation Australia and developed by Edge Environment, the report has harnessed industry research and case studies to substantiate the benefits of urban greening and its contribution to a more sustainable built [...]

Breathing new life into St Leonards

The revitalised Mitchell Street Plaza was officially opened by Mayor Jilly Gibson at a ceremony on 28 June 2018. The new ‘pocket park’ features the world’s first outdoor Junglefy Breathing Wall™ which will assist [...]

Planning the future

Orange Regional Museum In recent reports issued by Infrastructure Australia and the Greater Sydney Commission, a coordinated and collaborative approach is being called on to plan our cities of the future. Recurring [...]

‘Missed opportunity’ for green roofs as Sydney’s apartment boom continues

By Lisa Visentin, originally published by The Sydney Morning Herald, 19 January 2018 ...The current apartment boom is likely to exacerbate what is known as the urban-heat island effect, where buildings and the surrounding concrete and [...]

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 [...]

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