Sanctuary Issue 3
- A Step Up
- Prize-winner Pavilion
- Rain Catcher
- Nature and Nurture
- It’s A Breeze
- Top Of The Class
- Place In The Sun
- Future Proof
- Ocean Views
- Solar Saviour
- Of Love And Beauty
- Green And Clean
- The Perfect Balance
- A Naturally Warm Home
- The Flexible Home
- House Hunting
- Sun Surf And Sustainability
- Beachside Babe
A Step Up
A self-sufficient weekender in the New South Wales bush. Kangaroo Valley, NSW. Duncan Sanby, David Hart, Kristin Utz of Utz Sanby
Sun Surf And Sustainability
A Stradbroke Island retreat sets a new standard in holiday accommodation. North Stradbroke Island, Queensland. Barefoot Sustainable Design- Jayne Irving
Searching for a new home? Here is where to look for to find a sustainable option.
The Flexible Home
A clever renovation has created extra space for a growing family without building a second storey or reducing the garden. Northcote, Victoria. Zen Architects
A Naturally Warm Home
Keep warm during the winter months without costing the earth.
The Perfect Balance
A future-proof home at the Aldinga EcoVillage that did not cost the earth. Aldinga Arts EcoVillage, SA. Energy Architecture
Green And Clean
Keep your house clean without the chemical overkill.
Of Love And Beauty
The poetic is combined with the practicality in Venus Bay. Venus Bay, Victoria. Core Collective – Ryan Strating
With the sun burning bright maybe now’s the time to invest in a solar power system.
Inspired by Asia but uniquely Australian, an island retreat in far north Queensland. Bedarra Island, Queensland. Chris Vandyke Designs
Showcasing adaptable design at the doorstep to one of the world’s natural wonders. Hervey Bay, Queensland. TVS Partnership.
Place In The Sun
Installing a solar hot water system is one of the best ways you can save money on energy bills and reduce your greenhouse gas emissions.
Top Of The Class
A lovingly restored old primary school is now a model for inner-city living. West Brunswick, Victoria. Mills Gorman Architects & Michael McKenna Architecture
It’s A Breeze
Inspired by its surrounding landscape, this Sydney home is a natural winner. Earlwood, NSW. Caroline Pidcock Architects
Nature and Nurture
A pared back home on the Tasmanian coast that actively engages the owner. Woodbridge, Tasmania. DesigInc Tasmania Pty Ltd.
Reduce or eliminate your water bills by capturing your own water supply for the house and garden.
A model sustainable home in Broome has proven its mettle. Broome, WA. Sustainable Built Environments.
A Sydney North Shore home setting a new standard in seaside living. Curl Curl, NSW. Environa Studio