Angus Martin|Angus Martin|Angus Martin||Automatic louvres and geopolymer concrete make for a low-carbon build|Academics are adjusting to a more open-plan way of working|An ETE roof lets in light but prevents solar gain||
08 Nov 2013

The Global Change Institute by Hassell

Words by James McLachlan

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