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.
In the sample issue #30 you will find projects by some of the most innovative architects from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane plus the story of a renovation on a tire factory in Montreal. We give you the lowdown on efficient heating options and we check out some inspirational garden projects.
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.