The ‘Step House’ by David Barr Architects is the winner of the LandCorp Gen Y competition for unique and sustainable residential dwelling design concepts that encapsulated the Generation Y lifestyle. The project is located within LandCorp’s White Gum Valley, an innovative residential … Continue reading
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Local council City of Vincent, sets a new standard for sustainable buildings through their progressive planning policy. From plastic bag bans in City of Fremantle to Moreland City Council’s Bicycle Strategy to support more sustainable travel, local councils around Australia … Continue reading →
Coles has become the first supermarket in Australia to use life cycle assessment and has achieved a 4 Star rating from Green Star. Leona McLaggan from SD Consultants took the eToolLCD software in-house and used eToolLCD to help achieve the … Continue reading →
We now have over 1,800 registered eToolLCD users across 61 different countries and we’d like to take a moment each month to celebrate some of our amazing users who are working towards a more sustainable future. Our first featured user is Leona McLaggan from SD … Continue reading →
Our “Love LCD” campaign is now in full swing and we’re excited to release our videos over the coming weeks. We started this campaign because we are passionate about reducing carbon in buildings and to us, life cycle design is … Continue reading →
Leading LCA Software eToolLCD further brings LCA into the mainstream by offering innovative software subscriptions for easy access eToolLCD, a global leader in life cycle design and assessment of the built form, is further bringing Life Cycle Assessment into the … Continue reading →
e love Life Cycle Design (LCD), which is why we’ve made it the core of our business. On this 2015 Earth Day, we’re launching our ‘Love LCD’ campaign where we’ll be asking our team, and anyone who wants to join, … Continue reading →
oing beyond carbon zero. Archiblox’s latest project is a carbon positive modular home that boasts a difficult to attain eTool Platinum rating. Achieving a platinum rating means the design achieved a 90 per cent overall improvement in CO2e emissions compared … Continue reading →
esearch conducted by Psaros in partnership with the Conservation Council of Western Australia (CCWA) and the Property Council has indicated that the Perth community rates sustainability, public transport and walkability as some of the top priorities concerning the future of the Perth … Continue reading →
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