-Unique projects from architects such as Glenn Murcutt and John Wardle which sustainably respond to climatic conditions What is now called sustainability has long existed in Australia in the form of infrastructure built by indigenous tribes and buildings made by local tradesmen, The unique architecture created from responding to climatic conditions of the continent is explored in a]u 18:07 Sustainability in Australia. As sustainable practices continue to evolve, traditional methods that have proven effective within the local context should not be forgotten. New technologies should be used alongside these methods to provide the most efficient building solutions. The organizers of the Universal Principles: Unique Projects exhibition, Wendy Lewin, Maryam Gusheh and Tom Heneghan have collaborated on this issue to present a diverse selection of built works. Projects by architects such as Glenn Murcutt and John Wardle are designed to use old and new systems to respond to the distinct climates across Australia. Text in English and Japanese.
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a+u - Architecture and Urbanism is a monthly architectural magazine established in 1971 that highlights the work and activities of top contemporary architects from around the world. a+u features architecture and a broad range of other new design sources in a well-presented format.