Home Tour – A Smart House with a Difference

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Imagine an inner-city apartment block with technology so advanced, your house keys have been replaced by a biometric fingerprint scan. There’s a home automation system that can do everything from dim your lights to water your plants, electric vehicle charging and a way to easily monitor your personal energy usage. Plus, there are solar panels, hydronic in-slab heating, edible gardens and even a rooftop cinema. It may sound like a home from the future, but this is a real apartment block in Sydney.

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2019 UDIA Awards

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Winner – Medium Density Development. Above 75 Dwellings

Finalist – Excellence in Sustainability & Environmental Technology

Finalist – Urban Renewal / Adaptive Reuse

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