Cooling down a really hot part of Sydney

REALMstudios' Rosemeadow project has been featured in the new edition of Architecture & Design newsletter.


"A NSW trial project will see 2000 trees planted in one of Sydney’s hottest suburbs, as part of an initiative by the NSW Government. The south-west Sydney suburb of Rosemeadow has less than six percent existing canopy cover and is significantly impacted by the urban heat island effect. The new research used to inform the trial has now been released to councils across NSW to help boost tree canopy cover and improve stormwater management."

Read the full article here.

For more information please visit the project page here.