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Energy Efficient Design
When looking at your new home design or improving an existing home through renovation, best practice today is to focus on energy efficiency.
Smart Home Vision works with clients to develop this best practice approach and present options to you on what you need to consider to be truly energy efficient. This will improve your home's value in the future, increase its liveability and reduce your environmental impact.
Eco Home Designers and Home Decor
Warwick O'Brien Architects
Warwick O'Brien Architects works to protect the environment and the global population through sustainable architecture, offering a vast array of architectural services encompassing new, alteration and addition projects.
Warwick founded Warwick O'Brien Architects in 1995, and now works exclusively on sustainable residential projects that also focus on reducing carbon pollution and energy usage. Warwick helps his clients achieve their goals for ecological living.
Beyond Today, is a very different residential development. Typically developers squeeze in as many houses as possible to maximise profit. Open space, the surrounding environment and maximizing the growth of your investment are given little thought.
So what separates Beyond apart from your average development?
The Wright family started with the simple plan of creating a development that we would all enjoy living in.
Instead of simply providing the required 12% of open space, the development offers a staggering 47% of landscaped reserves, parks and wetlands in the residential component alone. With another 64 hectares of wetlands and native re-vegetation next door!
House of Allure
Here at House of Allure Interiors & Design our focus is not only limited to providing solutions for energy efficient window treatments, we also create beautiful interiors that reflect the essence of the family and individuals who inhabit those spaces.
Designing is always a collaborative effort, therefore our client’s needs are continually at the forefront of our minds, and when designing from a green perspective, there are a lot of different factors to consider, from materials, production through to aesthetics, we’re able to assist our clients in achieving interior spaces that not only look good, but is also good for the environment too.
Dressing bare windows using practical solutions such as cellular blinds and fully lined drapes to help conserve energy, reusing or re-purposing old furniture, using materials which are sustainable, renewable, and biodegradable are some of the ways we enjoy designing to help lower the impact we have on our environment, and all the while working to create functional, healthy living spaces for our clients.