Green is Australia’s leading publication for highlighting sustainable design projects, featuring local and international houses, gardens and profiles.
Each issue of Green (published six times a year) showcases the most interesting and creative sustainable designs from architects and landscapers around Australia and internationally.
Students and professionals will be sure to find inspiration from the spectacular urban, regional and coastal architecture featuring cutting edge environmental ideas.
The homes in this issue offer a delightful mix, with sustainability and affordability at the forefront. A run-down warehouse has been converted, using a modest budget, into a home for a family of four by Breathe Architecture.
Protecting trees, keeping the footprint small and sustainability were front of mind for Clare Cousins Architects and clients when designing for a bushy block in inner Melbourne. Affordability was the driving force for Anthrosite – the Newcastle architects used prefabricated materials and the 60-square- metre home was built in just three months. And for Brisbane architects NIELSEN JENKINS, robustness and thermal mass were the dominating themes when it came to designing a breezy hilltop abode.