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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...

We must start focussing on building a heritage for tomorrow, to create something of value that over the next one hundred years generations of home owners will care enough to maintain their building. We must respect the past but not look to simply keep perpetuating...

In the first of my regular column published in Secrets Magazine on all things sustainability, I write about the New Great Australian Dream and how building future-proofed houses will make us healthier, wealthier and happier!

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Leaving a successful career in the corporate world to strike out to set up your own business takes some courage, especially when this coincides with moving to the country and getting married.  Matthew Turner did just that three years ago when he established Enduring Domain...

Sometimes when we are looking for signs of hope and integrity in a world which is ever increasingly suffering at the hands of globalisation and greed, it is comforting to know that there are individuals driven by pure altruism living in your own backyard who...

So despite using rammed earth and curvy corrugated iron, what makes these buildings so special? The campus uses no active heating or cooling systems. Instead the designers and engineers have made the courageous decision to implement large scale passive systems to eliminate the need for fossil...