Orang-Utan Forest Sanctuary, Melbourne Zoo, Vic, 2006
"The Orang-utan Forest Sanctuary building has strong architectural lines borrowed from the indigenous architecture of Indonesia, specifically the Aceh region. Inside, the structure is alive with colour, activity, displays, and views of the three orang-utan exhibits. The building has two ‘rooms’, the main viewing gallery and a smaller area that lends itself to group activities. Large inclined windows on both sides of the building provide viewing of the two outdoor exhibits. Bench seating at the windows continues into the exhibit space providing resting platforms for the orang-utans and siamangs. Visitors are delighted with close interactions between humans and the animals".