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Musings on our building culture, the impact on the environment, and what you can do to make a healthier and happier place to work, live and play.

 

All content prepared by Enduring Domain Architecture. Yep, that’s right, we don’t outsource or ‘borrow’ our article content from elsewhere.

Its been quite a few years now since I was an idealistic architecture student with the youthful naivety that seems to spawn creative solutions for all the worlds problems. I do however find it therapeutic and self-inspiring to look back at one's own theoretical...

It was 2003 and it certainly wasn't the first time that the CIty of Ballarat was examining design ideas for the CBD to make improvements to pedestrian and traffic flow, and to better emphasize some of our more impressive historical buildings. Although this time they...

Many people have the opportunity to travel but due to lack of motivation and inspiration do not take it. I am not one of those people. My university studies provided a perfect catalyst to take up a student exchange position to enable me to experience...

Producing images like these is a standard service from Enduring Domain. They really help to flesh out the details and to resolve the design in the third dimension, not just in the two dimensional plans and elevations. But more importantly, we can simulate natural...

Every time I pass through a social housing suburb or a small country village made of weatherboard miners cottages and I see a photovoltaic array on the roof that’s worth more than the car parked in the driveway, I think good on you. You...

We expect that our homes stay warm in winter and cool in summer with minimal reliance on artificial climate control. We expect that our homes nurture us, inspire us, alleviate our anxieties and despondencies so that we can go forth and live meaningful lives.

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