Sanctuary Issue 13

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Sanctuary Issue 13 is out now!

  • Sun Drenched
  • Eaves
  • Ventilation & Cooling
  • Raingardens
  • From Cradle To Grave
  • Lesson Learnt
  • Divide & Prosper
  • Ahead Of Its Time
  • Light As A Breeze
  • Back to Basics
  • New Lease On Light
  • Thermal Mas
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Issue Contents:

  • Sun Drenched

    Summer holidays along this stretch of the NSW coast are taken in uncomplicated sustainable sytle – is there any better way? Seal Rocks, NSW. Bourne Blue Architecture
  • New Lease On Light

    Clever design brings light and warmth into a quaint inner Melbourne home. Thornbury, Victoria. Positive footprints
  • Back to Basics

    A routine re-stumping transforms an old weatherboard in inner-suburbia Melbourne into a charming home. Coburg, Melbourne, Victoria. Owner Builder
  • Light As A Breeze

    A new build on Queensland\’s Southeast coast rises to the challenge of its coastal environment. Hervey Bay, Queensland. bark Design Architects
  • Ahead Of Its Time

    an Eco development on Tasmania\’s east coast prioritises the local bush, small floor plans and sustainability- on a modest budget. Spring Beach, Tasmania. Maria Gigney Architects
  • Divide & Prosper

    Lateral thinking and design flair fit an airy and roomy house in the backyard of an inner-city Brisbane block. Newstead, Queensland. Base Architecture
  • Lesson Learnt

    Sanctuary revisits WestWyck, an Eco-housing development in a Melbourne primary school, to see what\’s changed since it was first profiled three years ago.
  • From Cradle To Grave

    Life cycle assessment reveals the impact of building products, from their raw material production, manufacture and distribution through to their disposal.
  • Raingardens

    The natural filtering capabilities of soil and plants can be used to clean up storm-water on both a residential and a broader scale.
  • Ventilation & Cooling

    Keeping the facilitation of air flow in mind when designing your home is crucial for good ventilation and passive cooling, writes Paul Downton.
  • Eaves

    Dick Clarke takes a look the advantages of operable shading over fixed eaves in mixed heating and cooling climate zones.
  • Thermal Mas

    Thermal mass is one of the simplest green design principles, and one of the most important, writes Marie Wallin. Luckily it\’s easy to get right and there are no on-going costs.