With the threat of global warming growing it’s great to see more and more people adopting a more sustainable approach to how they live and interact with the world – from organic food to knowing where and how their clothing is being made.
One of my favourite passions is design, so I’m fascinated to see what wonders are being developed – from the construction of sustainable housing to gardens that fend for themselves.
Here’s some grammers that should inspire you to rethink visual aesthetic if you’re planning to build or renovate.
Grand Designs Magazine Australia
Even if you haven’t seen the TV show, this is absolutely the place to go for design inspiration. They cover ambitious projects from around Australia.
Victorian-based company that produces modular prefabricated housing with carbon positive options available.
Also in the modular prefabricated housing business producing house and also commercial projects.
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Green Magazine is Australia’s leading publication for inspirational stories on sustainable design and features local and international houses, gardens and profiles.
Jesse Bennett’s Planchonella House has received a commendation at the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2015 Far North Queensland Regional Architecture Awards. Jesse designed and built the house to operate manually according to the prevailing climatic conditions. @jessebennettarchitect photo by @seanfennessy @institute_architects_aus
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Nova Deko is an established international manufacturer of high quality modular homes.
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Phillip Johnson Landscapes
Phillip Johnson Lanscapes focus on sustainability. They also produced the field of poppies at Federation Square for ANZAC Day.
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