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.
In this issue, Drew Heath’s House of Gardens (pg 38) on our cover has favoured green voids, whilst cleverly incorporating all that’s needed into the small amount of remaining space.
On 48-square-metres, OOF! Architecture’s Acute House (pg 46) is no bigger than the Victorian cottage it replaced. It too has a courtyard of sorts, with light, air and views, on a landing in the wedge of the building. Gently reworking the rooms of an award-winning home in one of Melbourne’s bushiest inner suburbs has given it new life (pg 54). Austin Design Associates created a few new nooks from which to admire the garden and the vegetation beyond.