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Woodhead win BCI Green Design Award

Apr 8, 2010
  • Article by Online Editor

Woodhead has won the Green Leadership award in the Interior Architecture category in the BCI Green Design Award 2010 competition.

Woodhead entered the Fujitsu Office in Melbourne into the Asian award, which seeks out innovative and environmentally responsible architecture that has been designed, built and commissioned in Asia.

The Jury looked at how environmental strategies, systems and technologies are integrated in an imaginative manner, resulting in a user-centric architecture that is both functional and a delight to the senses. The submission must address form, space and activity in a manner that is both innovative and appropriate for brief, site and climate.

The Fujitsu offices in Melbourne received the highest 6 Star Green Star rating awarded to date. Located in “The Gauge”, a Green Star accredited building at Melbourne’s Docklands, the project was developed alongside Umow Lai Engineers and Schiavello, who developed interior design to suit the architectural features of the building.

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