These Chestnut topics deserve reiteration and elaboration for current and “designing” home owners.
Archicentre Australia director – Peter Georgiev – considers these elements of “design for daily living” to be as important, if not more important to home-owners than ever before…..“That’s why we have updated three design based technical information sheets – to once again bring them to front of mind when clients make decisions on family budgets or how their future home will serve them.”
The three information sheets in question are:
- Sustainable Home Guide,
- Water-wise Living Guide,
- Energy-wise Living Guide,
All found on the Archicentre Australia website https://www.archicentreaustralia.com.au/fact-sheets/
In a predominantly “volume built” Australia, it is easy to dismiss these concepts as “add-ons” rather than as drivers of an ongoing design process called “living”.
Architects are the main source of knowledge when it comes to practical application of these concepts – ways of thinking that have emerged since the 1950’s when pergolas were as much a fashion statement as they were a design tool for sun-control.
So its back-to-the-future – only super charged by innovation and ever emerging “active” systems of energy self sufficiency that science is delivering architects and clients.
This media release has been written and distributed by:
Peter Georgiev, Director
Level 1, 9 Strathalbyn Street,
Kew East, VICTORIA, 3102
Phone: 1300 13 45 13 | 03 9859 9950