Sustainable House Day is coming up and with it the doors to more than 250 sustainable homes around Australia are flying open. This is your chance to see for yourself how low carbon designs and non toxic materials can make a house feel like home. To get you inspired we’ve rounded up five interesting homes…
We need to get people to live and work closer together. And if we can revive and extend existing infrastructure, it is always cheaper.
Australians have a well earned reputation for their inventiveness and breakthroughs, no less than in the sustainability field.
Solar farms, gardens in the sky, custom built panels and dedicated apps. Here’s a look at some of the most sustainable offices around the world.
The understated nature of the collection means you can imagine seeing in an office 10 years ago or 10 years into the future. And to make it so, each piece is built for easy disassembly, movement and repair.
More than half of workers prefer open plan offices, a survey by Poly has found, particularly among Gen Y and Z. But 99 per cent of those who actually work in open plan offices say they are distracted at least some of the time.
New international research uncovering exactly what happens as bacteria breaks down the carbohydrates contained in algae could create a valuable, sustainable resource.
If you’re looking to right some of the sustainability wrongs of your home then Delisle Hunt Wood architects has both the design and technical skills you need.