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  • Daman Ha

    CH2 (Council House 2), Melbourne, Australia - Toward an Architecture of Place (Project for Public Spaces)

  • Sabina Thorold

    CH2 is the City of Melbourne’s landmark green office building. Located at Little Collins Street, Melbourne, the building was designed by City of Melbourne and DesignInc Melbourne. CH2 has been designed to not only conserve energy and water, but the quality of the internal environment of building has also been designed to improve the well being of its occupants.

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