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Tiina Holli

Tiina Holli

To Architects and Technicians and other hives 26/02/2016

The university will replace glass disks to green energy generators, incorporating photovoltaic solar cells into large sections of the facade.

" RMIT turns building's broken glass
into ray of sunshine

February 25, 2016
The Sydney Morning Herald, Victoria
Clay Lucas
City Editor, The Age

RMIT will replace more than 16,000 large glass disks on its critically acclaimed Design Hub in Swanston Street, after nine of the disks broke almost 18 months ago and created safety concerns.

And, in a bid to turn the negative into an environmental positive, the university will simultaneously make many of the replacement glass disks green energy generators, incorporating photovoltaic solar cells into large sections of the facade. "

RMIT turns building's broken glass into ray of sunshine
RMIT turns building's broken glass into ray of sunshine
www.smh.com.au RMIT will replace 16,440 glass disks on its critically acclaimed Design Hub in Swanston Street, after nine of the building's disks broke almost 18 months...
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