From Irving Smith Architects comes a house inspired by the form of a feather and designed for the ever-changing lifestyle of a family. Through fine detail and great thought, Feather House is a stand out, bespoke in every way to sustainably support its residents both now and in the future.
Sarah K says we’re facing a reckoning as consumers. How can design embrace sustainability without erasing itself? The multi-disciplinary designer is on a mission and has more than a few ideas up her sleeve.
Weaving through the Grampians (Gariwerd) wilderness is a series of hiking camps and cabins that blend with the pristine natural beauty around them.
Nestled on the cusp of nature overlooking Anzac Bay resides a home of simplicity and strength.
Peacelily aims to increase the sleep quality of all Australians through the use of eco-friendly and sustainable mattresses and bedding.
Designing affordable social housing that considers sustainability is integral to Melbourne-based architecture studio Bent Architecture.
The Sustainability Awards are more important now than ever. The last year has given us a dire look into the future & positioned us as an impetus for change.
Calling for clever, adaptive re-use projects for the 2021 Sustainability Awards.
We condense the insights of four business owners who are each contributing to a greener future by shaping brands, products and buildings that stand on strong ethics.
In a fast-paced and ever-changing world, we’re always looking for bigger, better and brighter solutions that make everyday living a little easier.
With the launch of Ellipse, Armadillo x House of Grey remind us that calm and connected spaces begin with conscious design choices.