Did you know that in many communities across the country, Australians do not have access to reliable washing facilities? For people living in remote or disadvantaged communities, the idea of owning their own laundry machine or dryer is something that is simply out of reach. For many Indigenous communities, as well as for people experiencing homelessness, laundry facilities may be too costly to justify.
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Three words sum up John Choi’s approach to architectural design: relevance, collaboration and legacy. John is a founding partner, alongside Tai Ropiha and Steven Fighera, of Sydney-based practice CHROFI, which enjoys a stellar reputation for its major urban projects. CHROFI stepped into the international spotlight with its work in New York’s Times Square and has…
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