Environmental Design Consultancy

Environmental Design Consultancy

Architect Designed Homes - Adelaide & Mildura

Architect Designed Homes - Adelaide & Mildura

Contemporary Sustainable Design

Contemporary Sustainable Design

Energy Efficient Building Design & Drafting

Energy Efficient Building Design & Drafting

Award-winning Sustainable Architecture

Award-winning Sustainable Architecture

Award-winning Sustainable Architecture

Collaborative Approach

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AOHP – Award Winning Sustainable Housing Development

Accommodation, homeless, aged care, space, energy, dwelling, park, streetscape, efficiency, design, architecture, flexible, landscape, energy efficiency, thermal comfort, Sensitive Urban Design

Accommodation for Older Homeless People A group of aged previously homeless people are accommodated in this residential environment, required to give its occupants a sense of being valued and a feeling of pride in their home. Residents rent their own apartments, which are robust, easy to maintain, and inexpensive to heat and cool. The project… Read More >

Inman Valley Family Home

Fleurieu Living, Fleurieu Peninsula, design, architecture, thermal, house, Inman Valley, ESD, spaces, contemporary design, Eco friendly, passive heating, passive cooling, thermal mass, renewable materials, in-floor heating

Inman Valley Family Home Featured in A recent addition of Fleurieu Living Magazine, Energy Architecture’s Inman Valley Home is an eco friendly and contemporary design, built to personally realise the desired architectural outcome. Ben set about finding an architect. John Maitland of Energy Architecture was discovered on the internet as ‘A guy whose designs I… Read More >

Sustainable Living Extension

contemporary, courtyard, mezzanine, landscape, solar access, sustainable, spiral staircase, jarrah, timber, air movement, thermal mass, reverse brick veneer, rammed earth, photovoltaic panels, solar evacuated tubes, hydronic heating, evaporative cooler, cool pipe system, grey water system

Sustainable Living Extension A young family’s new home celebrates the traditional 1920’s villa form with contrasting contemporary design of additional accommodation. In context with the street’s architectural style, the original dwelling is restored, the main front garden developed, and new fencing placed, while the addition is set to the rear and is largely unread when… Read More >