Issue 36

The Forest Garden Greenhouse

How to design and manage an indoor permaculture oasis

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Perfect Imperfect: The beauty of accident, age & patina

Perfect Imperfect is an interior design book that embodies the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi.

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The Urbanist

The Urbanist is a weekly podcast about what makes cities work or fail.

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Parlour: women, equity, architecture

Parlour features essays and discussions about women in architecture.

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Beyond brilliant

A narrow, dark, cold Northcote terrace gets a light, bright rethink, connecting it to the world beyond and allowing a young family to stay in their close-knit community.

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Inspired by nature

This WA family set out to build the most sustainable, natural and comfortable home they could afford, and they left no stone unturned to achieve a comfortable 9.4 Star house.

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A collective effort

With a new rammed earth wall and concrete slab in the extension, this classic Melbourne weatherboard now achieves 6.8 Stars and has gained a new lease on life.

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Recycled timber: material that tells a story

Recycled timber can be a beautiful feature in a new build or renovation – but there’s quite a bit to get your head around when deciding how best to use this valuable material.

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Did You Know?

Many greywater systems are low-cost, easy to use and can feed your garden with a regular supply of water.