Sustainable Architecture
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Sustainable Architecture

In this three-part interview I talk to Mark Krawczynski, Polish/Australian architect best known for turning the Sydney Opera House into an actual Opera House 😉 (you’ll have to watch it to find out the details.) The main thrust of the interview, however, as the title would suggest, was sustainable architecture, and in particular Mark’s energy-positive building designs collectively known as Elemental Flow Towers.

WATCH the interview on YouTube