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The work that Cundall carried out for the redevelopment of 55 St Andrews Place, Melbourne has been captured in the newly published book, Sustainable Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings, Warm Climates.  Launched in Sydney this month, it includes a chapter titled ‘55 St Andrews Place; turning a sparrow into a peacock’ which was drawn from David Clark’s AIRAH paper with minor updates by Caimin McCabe.

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08 Oct 2012

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