The Templestowe Football Club by Phooey Architects is a futuristic spider-like sports center that succeeds on two eco fronts simultaneously by being both actively and passively green-friendly.
The club makes use plethora of solar panels on its roof to mitigate its energy usage. As for the building's actual structure, large portion of the Templestowe Football Club's building materials were actually bricks recycled from a old stadium that used to occupy the site.
Implications - Businesses that are able to offer their clients a wide range of useful and practical products that complement the new popular green lifestyle will fare very well in today's society. Consumers will appeal to those products that enable them to live in an enjoyable and eco-friendly fashion.
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The Templestowe Football Club is Made Out of the Bones of an Old Stadium
- By: Jordan MFeb 15, 2011 Updated: Aug 2 2011