eco projects

  • Kiama
    NSW

    This home was ideally located close to the beach, and had a huge backyard, but the dated planning of the cottage meant that living areas were cut off from the gardens, and the outdated garage was not useful. Our brief was to update the look of the cottage, whilst retaining it's character. We were keen to retain its understated presence, whilst adding further bedroom and living accommodation, and take advantage of the huge backyard with a spectacular coral tree as its focus.

  • Wheeny Creek
    NSW

    The owners had lived in a residence adjoining this property, which was dark, cold and uncomfortable for much of the year. They were determined to build a new home filled filled with light and a sense of calm; a home which would be off-grid - autonomous, generating its own power, collecting its own water and treating its waste on site. Situated well away from civilisation, it needed to be self-sufficient and energy efficient and intimately connected to the site.

  • Kiama

    This home was ideally located close to the beach, and had a huge backyard, but the dated planning of the cottage meant that living areas were cut off from the gardens, and the outdated garage was not useful. Our brief was to update the look of the cottage, whilst retaining it's character. We were keen to retain its understated presence, whilst adding further bedroom and living accommodation, and take advantage of the huge backyard with a spectacular coral tree as its focus.

  • Wheeny Creek
    NSW

    The owners had lived in a residence adjoining this property, which was dark, cold and uncomfortable for much of the year. They were determined to build a new home filled filled with light and a sense of calm; a home which would be off-grid - autonomous, generating its own power, collecting its own water and treating its waste on site. Situated well away from civilisation, it needed to be self-sufficient and energy efficient and intimately connected to the site.