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Architecture by Breathe Architecture, in home.twoParkville, Australia

Architecture by Breathe Architecture seen at home.two, Parkville - Architectural Design
Architecture by Breathe Architecture seen at home.two, Parkville - Architectural DesignArchitecture by Breathe Architecture seen at home.two, Parkville - Architectural DesignArchitecture by Breathe Architecture seen at home.two, Parkville - Architectural Design
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Home.Two, part of the New Student Precinct, Melbourne University. Created with three simple elements – the pod, the platform and the plants, Home.Two is in line with a priority towards environmental sustainability. The pods are built from 100% recyclable steel, Australian Class 1 recycled timber battens, glass, recycled timber floorboards, 100% renewable cork flooring and 100% recycled upholstery made from plastic bottles. Finishes are low VOC and materials are fixed mechanically with no adhesives, to ensure future re-use at the end of the life cycle. Importantly, the pods are 100% electric in their operation – there is no gas connection. Not only that, but they do a mean jaffle!

Meet the Creator

"Breathe Architecture is a Melbourne based studio, designing world class architecture with an enduring and meaningful impact on housing affordability, accessibility, and sustainability.

Breathe Architecture was founded in 2001 by Jeremy McLeod and Tamara Veltre. Underpinning all of their work is the rigorous pursuit of sustainable design that is simultaneously beautiful, seemingly effortless, and environmentally positive.

They have maintained their position at the forefront of sustainable design since inception; and through award-winning built works, advocacy and design leadership, have built a reputation for delivering high quality architectural solutions."

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