Recycling. Timber pallets and organic waste are turned into mulch

McGregor Coxall, Choi Ropiha. Ballast Point park. Sydney. Australia

January 06, 2015

Recycling. Timber pallets and organic waste are turned into mulch

Photo: Christian Borchert

The quiet suburbs of Sydney Bay are getting rid of their most annoying neighbours. The team led by McGregor Coxall has again taken charge of the transformation of waterfront industrial facilities (see the project BP Park, in The Public Chance). Starting from the traces of the past, the intervention completes the set of environmental measures with the use of recycled materials and the optimization of the energy balance.

 

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