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Supporting some of Australia’s most innovative projects in the built environment.
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Our people

Ash Buchanan Cohere

Ash Buchanan | Director |  |  

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Ash is a design and developmental consultant with over ten years’ experience spanning the areas of wellness, leadership and sustainability. His portfolio includes architectural projects in the built environment as well as advisory roles supporting organisational change.

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Ash believes in creating spaces – physically, psychologically, socially and ecologically – that open the mind, engage the senses and touch the soul. His work is informed by a love for the natural world, and a passion for bringing people closer together. 

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He is an Associate of the Thrive Research Hub and is a past Fellow of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership. He holds a Master of Applied Positive Psychology and a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Melbourne. Prior to Cohere, Ash worked for the international design firms WSP and Cundall, where he had a lead role on some of the most innovative projects in the built environment – including the award winning Southern Cross Station, The Myer Emporium, 570 Bourke St and The Venny.

Our partners

EWE

Energy Water and Environment   

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Energy Water and Environment is a Melbourne based specialist sustainable design consultancy lead by Patrick Phelan. They implement a wide range of sustainable solutions in the built environment.

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Energy – The pursuit and integration of energy efficiency and sustainable energy sources leading to low or zero carbon emissions

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Water – To sustain this resource by the implementation of water saving and recycling initiatives

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Environment – To create a positive local environment for humans whilst minimising the impact on the global environment