Surry Hills Library wins Sustainable Architecture Award

By Eco Guy 12:15am 2nd November 2010
The Surry Hills Library and Community Centre in Sydney, Australia was recently awarded the 2010 National Award for Sustainable Architecture by the Australian Institute of Architects.

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Basically we really like this, as not only does the building look well designed and an asset to the local community it also functions well as a green and sustainable building. Particularly liked the automatic sun-tracking louvers, more buildings need to be doing this to reduce environmental control costs.

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