Sanctuary 32 hitting the streets

Issue 32 Photography: Front cover image by Christopher Frederick Jones

Issue 32 of Sanctuary Green Home magazine is on its way to letterboxes and newsagencies near you, full of advice and inspiration for sustainable living and building.

This issue of Sanctuary is dedicated to showcasing heritage renovations from around Australia. We hear how designers and homeowners have tackled the challenge of future-proofing historic houses for modern needs, with sustainability in mind.

We profile Sanctuary expert Caroline Pidock’s renovation of a Sydney terrace, and take a look inside a Queenslander’s sensitive transformation to a modest residence and studio. Issue 32 also delves into the heritage hurdles encountered during the transformation of a Melbourne shop front and examines a tiny worker’s cottage with a modern secret in Adelaide.

We traversed the land in search of cleverly designed spaces born out of people making good from old. Plus we get advice on whether to renovate or knock down and rebuild from Dick Clarke, as well as some expert advice on renovating different house types.

And as always we feature a wide range of innovative sustainable products and design tips for your home.

We welcome your feedback. Perhaps there’s something else you would you like to see in Sanctuary? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter or email.

You could also take part in our survey to help us better cater to your needs. Enter by September 15th for your chance to win a beautiful handcrafted light shade by Tasmanian designer Loz Abberton.

Sanctuary – The best green shelter magazine available anywhere,”  Lloyd Alter, Treehugger
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Cover of Issue 32
You can read more about Sanctuary 32 hitting the streets in Issue 32 of Sanctuary magazine.

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