Swinburne National Centre for Sustainability

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The Swinburne National Centre for Sustainability building located in Wantirna, Melbourne has been built with innovative sustainability features. The building is the new home for staff of the National Centre for Sustainability. The grand opening for the building was held on October 14 2008 as part of the Wantirna's Centenary function.

Location Stud Road, Wantirna, Melbourne
Country Australia
Type Commercial building - education
Building size Large
Contact [email protected]


Summary of features

  • 90,000 litre water storage tank
  • Solar panels and external shading made from low energy materials.
  • Low velocity dispersement air flow system. The atmosphere of the building uses basic physics to moderate and deliver fresh air to occupants.
  • Hydronic Heating
  • Drought resistant landscaping
  • Waterless male urinals
  • Informal space for gatherings

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