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STOP, COLLABORATE AND LISTEN

It could be said that there’s no better way to test your powers of collaboration and the resilience of the peer review process than to produce a large residential project with six other architectural firms.

Such is the experience of Melbourne-based firm Hayball, which has embarked on a unique process to build Nightingale Village in the inner northern suburb of Brunswick. Seven different award-winning architecture practices were invited to work collaboratively to build apartment buildings that would adhere to the Nightingale model — the creation of multi-residential buildings that are financially, socially and environmentally sustainable.

The hope is to emulate the

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