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.
Love thy neighbour’ has unintentionally become the theme in this issue. On Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), architect Paul Butterworth considered not just the environmental impact of his design but the broader social impacts, a ‘giving back’ sentiment provided via a view from the street straight through the house to the water. Shamus Mulcahy of Bence Mulcahy was equally as respectful in the design of his own home, keeping within the original footprint and not overshadowing his neighbour. In Sydney, panovscott strategically placed windows for views and privacy for both the clients and their neighbours. Meanwhile in Cottesloe, a desire to interact with the street in uenced both the architecture and landscaping of a house designed by Philip Stejskal. Of course, when it comes to living in harmony with your neighbours, there is no greater test than living within the close proximity of an apartment block. We think the examples in our multi-res feature demonstrate just how well this can be achieved.