Sanctuary Issue 9
- Giant Strides, Small Footprint
- Size Matters
- What’s Old Is New
- Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Sustainability Rebates
- The Millennium House
- Made To Order
- Prestige Prefab
- Gimme Shelta
- Sustainable Prefab
- Home Studio
- In Its Element
- Small Talk
- Living Well With Less
- Small Houses
- The Good Life
Giant Strides, Small Footprint
A little terrace goes a long way. Enmore, Sydney, NSW. Caitlin McGee
America’s Small House Movement dreams big, builds small.
Living Well With Less
Clever design makes the most of limited space in this stylish New York apartment.
With Andrew Maynard, architect
In Its Element
Inspired by nature and shaped by its environment. Snowy Mountains, NSW. James Stockwell
How a creative couple made their workers cottage work. Marrickville, Sydney, NSW. Marra + Yeh Architects.
Better built buildings that are kinder to the environment.
Wind and woolly Flinders needs a special kind of prefab. Flinders Island. Stephen Sainsbury, EcoShelta
Modscape raises the style stakes. Merricks, Victoria. Modscape
Made To Order
Prebuilt modular houses. Merricks, Victoria. Prebuilt
The Millennium House
Keeping it simple. The Millennium is made principally of precast concrete walls and is mostly prefabricated, which keeps costs down. Dickson, ACT. Ric Butt, Strine Design
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Sustainability Rebates
A primer for the bewildered.
What’s Old Is New
A Melbourne renovation bucks the extension trend. West Brunswick, Victoria. Ande Bunbury Architects
Reassessing our love affair with big houses.
The Good Life
An architect swaps a city studio for a converted shed in rural Tasmania. Woodbridge, Tasmania. Ryan Strating, Core Collective