Ande Bunbury Architects

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Ande Bunbury Architects
Level 1 8 Shelley Street RICHMOND VIC 3121 Australia

Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) outcomes for residential, educational, community and health care projects in Victoria. We offer services in architecture, urban design, interiors and green tenancy fit-outs, energy consultancy and accredited energy ratings. We produce individual designs that are sound, both environmentally and socially, and beautiful to be in.

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L House

Clifton Hill, Vic, 2007

WINNER OF THE 2011 CITY OF YARRA SUSTAINABILITY AWARD This renovation of a traditional Victorian terrace house in inner city Melbourne required a delicate spatial re-arrangement within the L-shaped site in order to improve livability, energy efficiency and provide a seamless connection between indoor and outdoor areas.

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Victorian Clean Energy Centre

regional Victoria, 2013

A major project we started in 2010 is a display centre showcasing renewable energy technologies and energy efficiency for a clean energy industry association. The building has a multi-million dollar construction budget and is hoped to be located in regional Victoria. It is an exhibition and educational facility and the target audiences are school groups, tourists, households wanting more hands on understanding of new energy technologies. The building is to demonstrate a variety of renewable energy technologies in its construction ‘ from photovoltaic panels, to wind turbines and micro hydro power. It will be heated using visible geothermal heating coils and have a green roof for good thermal insulation. The building is to showcase best practice in energy efficiency and to be constructed from renewable materials sourced locally. An animation flythrough view of the building was developed

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