A five-star boutique retreat in the heart of Tamworth, in country NSW, has a focus on organic and sustainable principles
There are so many reasons to choose eco-friendly kitchen and bathroom solutions and products for your home; here are some great ideas.
IKEA Australia shares a glimpse of tomorrow’s sustainable community.
Sustainable kitchens are now gaining momentum as a viable design option for renovators and home builders alike. But what exactly is a sustainable kitchen and why is it important to think sustainably before your next kitchen project?
When conventional agriculture led to lower productivity and poor soil, this farming family made some simple, sustainable changes,…
Light, bright and clean, this interior embodies everything the City of Angels is all about
This quintessentially Australian garden is an inspired example of what can be achieved when a skilled landscape designer…
This article discusses the benefits of using sustainable materials such as timber in building design to create a healthier urban environment.
Weathertex provides quality timber cladding, weatherboards and architectural panels, and is committed to improving the sustainability of products.
Creating alternatives to timber, Futurewood has been developing composite timber decking that possesses the benefits of timber without the high maintenance cost
With the help of the experts, you can recreate the look of a natural water feature in your own garden
No excuses: we should all try to reduce the size of our carbon footprint. It’s clearer than ever…
Australia’s most highly awarded sustainable community, the Ecovillage at Currumbin, is home to a raft of dwellings that push the eco-friendly envelope. One of the latest and most impressive is this striking contemporary home, built by D.J.G. Projects and winner of the 2018 Queensland GreenSmart Sustainable Home award.
With droughts plaguing our land and Australians’ water usage one of the highest globally, what better place to look at liquid consumption than the bathroom?
While we’re looking outward at deforestation and the plastic waste in our oceans, we also need to look inward to our lifestyles and homes.
Echoing the Slow Food movement, there’s now a burgeoning groundswell of sustainable, local and seasonal flower farming. We…