Issue 28

Native resilience: Inverawe gardens

When Bill And Margaret Chestnut first inspected their 22 acre property in Margate, Tasmania, it was nothing but woody weeds, fallen timber and piles of rubbish.

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Light box

Despite its diminutive size, this tiny terrace in Sydney’s Newtown is far from dark and poky.

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Design Workshop: A home with a view

Emma and Kim Friedman have built a sustainable house in their hometown of North Beach Perth, …

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Green walls in the city

Sydney’s walls are greening up and inspiring residents to grow vertically at home.

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Building with bamboo

Used as a building staple in south-east Asia since ancient times, bamboo is now seen as the ecological choice for everything from floorboards to cleaning products, but just how green is this grass?

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Sustainable House Day preview

Sanctuary previews just some of the houses open as part of Sustainable House Day on September 7 and 14.

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The architect’s home

Open Sunday September 7 for Sustainable House Day

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Organic retreat

Open Sunday September 14 for Sustainable House Day

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