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Architecture & Design features FarrellsCM+ Alliance
An article by Architecture & Design, a prominent Australian architecture and design media outlet, recently highlighted the partnership between Farrells and CM+. Stefan Krummeck, Director of Farrells, and Dick Nugent, CM+ Design Director, were both interviewed and shared their visions on how this collaboration could bring joint expertise in urban development and planning, especially in transport and TOD (Transport-oriented Development, aka. over-station development) to Australia’s built environment, offering end-to-end design solutions. Drawing upon their deep expertise and diverse skillset in sustainable development, the collaboration promises to yield innovative solutions for integrated transport that curb emissions and enhance the livability and accessibility of urban environments. This partnership holds particular relevance for Australia during the time of the pressing climate crisis.
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