Tue, 28 April 2015
What's the link between durability and sustainability? Brett Little explains that there's no point in building a zero energy house, if it only lasts a few years.
The Green Home Institute is focussed on empowering people to make healthier and more sustainable places to live. Working closely alongside the the USGBC, the Green Home Institute offers services to help with LEED for Homes Certification and other third party verification provides to help prospective home owners meet their sustainability goals.
Tue, 21 April 2015
Andrew Stephenson has always seen architecture as a unique opportunity to turn people's dreams into reality.
Living in a luxury bus with a family of five, and studying permaculture, has given Andrew some great inspiration for multi-function spaces and features. He now incorporates this thinking into his designs to make stylish and sustainable homes.
Tue, 14 April 2015
How do you make a power plant in the middle of an urban setting, look interesting and attractive? And what's that got to do with designing sustainable homes?
Peter Hogg and Toby Reed are award winning, Melbourne based architects and I spoke with Peter about why he does what he does.
Be sure to check out there website for more about their recent projects, including the spectacular Precinct Energy Project in Dandenong.
Tue, 7 April 2015
Marnie Oursler used to sell houses. Now she designs and builds them and runs a successful company doing so.
What I found most inspiring talking to Marnie, was that she knows how to have fun while creating a spectacular home.