Demonstrating real-world tangible applications of sustainable building products, systems, solutions and techniques, Project Next delivers an interactive sustainable structure designed for residential and commercial spaces of the future. This collaborative feature showcases building products are that energy efficient, conducive to Australian conditions and innovative in either function or design.
But why should this be the end of this exhibit?
Repurposing Project Next is a vision of Cameron Rosen, Managing Director of Australian Living and Cundall.
The exhibitors have generously donated their products from the exhibition stand to be used in a small
village outside Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
In 2013 Cundall ran Collaborative Future Cambodia – an initiative that saw charity RAWimpact, students at University of New South Wales and professionals from construction industry collaborate together to lift Cambodian families out of poverty.
This year, Collaborative Future Cambodia is working in partnership with Australian Living, the creators of Project Next to repurpose the exhibit to be used as a school building in a small village Ta Skor, Kandar Province, Cambodia.
This presentation and exhibition explained about the repurposing vision of Project Next and how it will benefit the people in Cambodia.
Cameron Rosen, Managing Director of Australian Living
Alistair Coulstock, Principal at Cundall, Founder of Collaborative Future Cambodia
Date - Thursday 3rd April 2014
Time - 5.30pm Presentation, 6.00pm Drinks & networking
Venue - Design Build conference, Project Next Stand, Melbourne Exhibition Centre, 2 Clarendon St, South Melbourne VIC 3006