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At the risk of making all you dear readers feel bad, have you ever wondered about the environmental impact the fashion industry has on the world? A single cotton T-shirt uses 2,700 litres of clean water in its production.

So what’s the alternative to such an overwhelmingly...

As the cost of living and the price of housing continues to rocket ever skywards, finally we are deciding to become more smart about how our homes might better work for us, to keep us warm and to power our myriad of appliances...

Well at Enduring Domain we have had our heads down and bums up all year designing new innovative sustainable homes, but the most rewarding thing for us is to see these homes start to materialize out of the ground. Here’s a few of...

Whether you are building large or building small, there is no doubt that building your own home will be one of the biggest investments in your time, energy and money. The vast majority of new homes being built in Australia are from volume builders which...

For those urban dwelling folk tied up in the rat race of city life, you no doubt enjoy having regular escapes to the country to destress. How many times have you imagined yourself making that blissful weekend getaway experience into your permanent lifestyle?

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Something I co-designed while working for Helen Bernard Architect about 8 years back. We called this the 'Telescope House' because it had a runway with a landing pad for a large telescope that could be wheeled out of the house to gaze at the clear...

With the ever increasing attractiveness of the so-called ‘tree change’ for young couples, families or retirees looking to escape the rat race and live a life more true to their ideals in semi-rural regions and townships, this notion of community certainly exists, and it’s there...

When I saw the proposal for the new supermarket in Creswick, I thought, surely our town deserves better than that. I literally spent 2 hours mocking up my own concept this morning of how a large commercial building on this site could address environmental and...