Design Hunter Q+A with Cameron Rosen

For our second Design Hunter profile in collaboration with the Mullum Creek Development we speak to Cameron Rosen, sustainability consultant and project manager for Your Future Home

28 Mar 2013

What you do: Sustainable Building Consultant and Project Manager with Your Future Home

Your latest project: New 3 Storey sustainable residential home – valued construction $3.5m

Who are three people that inspire/excite you:

1)  My wife and children
2)  Joe Van Bellegham
3)  Nick Vujicic

What is your favourite…

Car/bike/plane/boat model: Lexus CT200

Chair model: My grandfathers recliner

Residential space: My 8 star sustainable home

Commercial space: The Bullitt Centre, Seattle, Washington

Decorative product: recycled timber

Functional product: my sons remote mini dune buggy

Handmade good: My daughters’ clay teacup

Mass-produced good: sunglasses

Meal: Szechuan veal schnitzel and spiced crumbed mushrooms from Ivan and Lizzies Restaurant

Restaurant: The Cut Bar and Grill, Rocks, Sydney

Drink: Bourbon and Coke

Bar: The Sky Bar, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Item in your studio: my ‘Artline’ red pen

Piece of technology: The hubble telescope

Historical figure: Ghandi

Fictional character: Sir Lancelot

Vice: Biting my finger nails

Virtue: Honest and calm

What does ‘sustainability’ mean to you? ‘Eating in moderation’

What is your favourite aspect of the Mullum Creek development? It is pioneering by persuing the GBCA communities tool

What type of community do you think Mullum Creek will attract? A real modern community

What does the term ‘Design Hunter’ mean to you? Seeking creation