Australia’s greenest skyscraper has a highly energy-efficient glass skin

1 Bligh Street in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Ingenhoven architects (German firm) and Architects. Has highly energy efficient glass skin.

Metal and glass facets surround World Maritime University's new harbourside home

Metal facets surround World Maritime University's new home

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Panovscott creates Sydney extension with timber and glass facade

Alternating cubes of timber and glass cover the back of this house extension in Sydney by Australian office Panovscott. Photo by Brett Boardman.

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