Portland , Oregon 2004 Architect: Robert Harvey Oshatz Photography by Cameron Neilson Great architects seem to have the ability to blend art with function. Robert
This lovely home looks like it’s been here for a hundred years or more. It’s been built from pre-loved weatherboards, distressed timbers, hand-hewn logs and
In a world rapidly being depleted of it’s resources, recycling materials may be the only answer. Here are a few of our favourite recycled homes:
What a subjective word… unusual! Who decides what is and what isn’t? For someone already living underground, or in a tree, or in a plane,
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” GREEN BUILDING:
Bamboo is possibly the most under-rated building material today. It is strong, lightweight, and if properly treated, long-lasting. Varieties range from fine 1 centimetre culms
Traditional homes tend to have a substance and feel that just can’t be replicated with modern building techniques. Of course, that has a great deal
Contemporary – a style restrained only by your imagination. We hope we can excite and stretch that very thing with these wonderful, inspirational homes.