As we approach the end of 2017 and the third year since the launch of L2D Architects, we look back at three extraordinary years of success and professional achievement.

2017 started with three notable winning tenders;

  • The CSIRO Flow Chemistry (FloWorks) Facility in Clayton with L2D as the Principal Consultant,
  • The Hong Kong University new BioResources Facility with L2D as Specialist Consultants to the Ryder Architecture,
  • and as competition winners for the Massey University Innovation Science Centre at Albany, Auckland New Zealand with L2D as the Specialist Laboratory Planners to the Athfield Architecture.
  • In terms of Sustainability and the Australian Industry context, L2D as the Principal Consultant for the new CSIRO/GreatCell Solar Demonstrator Facility at Clayton Victoria. This facility is a further development of the solid-state Dye Solar Cell technology, known as Perovskite dye solar cells, for Building Integrated Photovoltaic applications.

In July 2017 Denton Corker Marshall together with L2D were awarded The Aikenhead Centre for Medical Discovery redevelopment on the key corner site for St Vincent’s Hospital in Fitzroy.  This remarkable project will provide a new typology for medical research in Australia.

And, in August 2017 Denton Corker Marshall and L2D were awarded the project for the University of Newcastle’s new BioResources Facility on their Callaghan Campus. Which no doubt will reflect a new approach to BioResources design and operational performance.

All projects will require our unique collaborative energy and focus on operational performance which we bring to all our Client engagements and with other consultants and project stakeholders alike.