Sanctuary Issue 7
- Symphony In Straw Bale
- Sanctuary Talks To John Maitland
- Tomorrow House
- Green Bathroom Renovators Guide
- Intelligent Design
- Greening Your Victorian-period Home
- Rebirth Of An Icon
- Warmed By The Sun
- Rammed Earth
- Think Local, Act Global
- Select Salvage
- Batchelor Pad
Symphony In Straw Bale
Xavier Rudd’s Surf Coast haven. Surf Coast, Victoria. Riccardo Zen, Zen Architects.
A Melbourne demolition is revived in rural Victoria. Castlemaine, Victoria. Lifehouse Design
Think Local, Act Global
Native plantings and local building materials are the keys to this sustainable house. Woombye, Queensland. Neville Kurth, Sustainable Buildings
Rammed earth will give you a thermal lag of about 12 hours – perfect for leveling out day and night.
Warmed By The Sun
A rammed earth beauty in Tasmania’s gorgeous south. Coningham, Southern Tasmania. Dallas Wilson Design and Drafting
Rebirth Of An Icon
The Queenslander Reimagined. Indooroopilly, Queensland. Mark Thomson, TVS Architects.
Greening Your Victorian-period Home
Heritage and sustainability: you can have it both ways.
The hi-tech house with a business in the basement. Elanora Heights, NSW. Dick Clarke, Envirotecture
Green Bathroom Renovators Guide
Part 1: Hot water, showers, taps, basins and baths. A bathroom is metre-on-metre one the most expensive rooms to renovate in a house.
A beautiful marriage of green technologies and sublime design. Mona Vale, NSW. Choi Ropiha Architects
Sanctuary Talks To John Maitland
Adelaide-based John Maitland of Energy Architecture us one of the country’s most awarded environmental architects. He tells Sanctuary a little of what makes him tick.
The $178,000 house that looks a million bucks. Batchelor, NT. The Architects Studio/Mode Design Corporation