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Human-centred technology with fully integrated single-platform convenience.
Paco Sanchis represents hope. His vision and gritted determination have resulted in the realisation of a...
Greening small spaces around our homes and apartments is a huge trend right now and is gaining a similar...
While other framing options have their benefits, this CodeMark certified laminated veneer lumber (LVL) offers...
How do we heat and cool our homes in line with the new Zero Carbon legislation?
What do we need to do in New Zealand to ensure our cities live up to our ‘clean, green New Zealand’...
Green, energy-efficient, natural, net zero, passive. There is so much eco terminology being bandied about...
Utilising a free, natural resource is more uncommon in our cities than it should be. We spoke to Tanksalot about the benefits of collecting rainwater and how to avoid relying on council-supplied water altogether...
With environmental concerns at an all-time high, what are the implications of building ‘cheap and fast’...
Planning tanking into a building's design right from the beginning of the project is a no-brainer for anyone...
First there was the Marie Kondo craze for organising our household stuff. Now, we have an innovative new...
Flexible, future-proofed homes, that can adapt to changing circumstances, are the key to a truly sustainable home. Here, Jason Higham of Higham Architecture discusses the importance of including universal design features in all our houses...
Heating water is usually the single biggest energy user in the home and, while other technologies in the house – such as lighting, refrigeration and heating – have become more efficient, it still takes the same amount of energy to heat a litre of water to 60°C. Rising costs of power mean that people are becoming increasingly motivated to do something to reduce the cost of running their homes while also personally tackling climate change, and using the sun to heat water is an easy place to start...
For decades now, New Zealanders have loved the look of cedar, especially the ever-popular western red cedar, which has been specified in a range of applications. However, there is an alternative interior timber gaining traction: western hemlock...
New Zealanders have an innate relationship with the environment. Most of us have grown up going camping or visiting the beach...
For high-end architectural hardware designers and manufacturers Halliday + Baillie, continuing to operate their business in New Zealand has presented many challenge...
The best engineered timber flooring will last the lifetime of any project, and it will outdo most commonly used flooring products...
Sustainability is a term that’s thrown around a lot these days. It can mean many things in different...
Many New Zealand architects are looking to satisfy a particular desire among many home owners and...
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19 Sustainable Solutions articles

Sustainable Solutions
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Human-centred technology with fully integrated single-platform convenience.
Paco Sanchis represents hope. His vision and gritted determination have resulted in the realisation of a...
Greening small spaces around our homes and apartments is a huge trend right now and is gaining a similar...
While other framing options have their benefits, this CodeMark certified laminated veneer lumber (LVL) offers...
How do we heat and cool our homes in line with the new Zero Carbon legislation?
What do we need to do in New Zealand to ensure our cities live up to our ‘clean, green New Zealand’...
Green, energy-efficient, natural, net zero, passive. There is so much eco terminology being bandied about...
Utilising a free, natural resource is more uncommon in our cities than it should be. We spoke to Tanksalot about the benefits of collecting rainwater and how to avoid relying on council-supplied water altogether...
With environmental concerns at an all-time high, what are the implications of building ‘cheap and fast’...
Planning tanking into a building's design right from the beginning of the project is a no-brainer for anyone...
First there was the Marie Kondo craze for organising our household stuff. Now, we have an innovative new...
Flexible, future-proofed homes, that can adapt to changing circumstances, are the key to a truly sustainable home. Here, Jason Higham of Higham Architecture discusses the importance of including universal design features in all our houses...
Heating water is usually the single biggest energy user in the home and, while other technologies in the house – such as lighting, refrigeration and heating – have become more efficient, it still takes the same amount of energy to heat a litre of water to 60°C. Rising costs of power mean that people are becoming increasingly motivated to do something to reduce the cost of running their homes while also personally tackling climate change, and using the sun to heat water is an easy place to start...
For decades now, New Zealanders have loved the look of cedar, especially the ever-popular western red cedar, which has been specified in a range of applications. However, there is an alternative interior timber gaining traction: western hemlock...
New Zealanders have an innate relationship with the environment. Most of us have grown up going camping or visiting the beach...
For high-end architectural hardware designers and manufacturers Halliday + Baillie, continuing to operate their business in New Zealand has presented many challenge...
The best engineered timber flooring will last the lifetime of any project, and it will outdo most commonly used flooring products...
Sustainability is a term that’s thrown around a lot these days. It can mean many things in different...
Many New Zealand architects are looking to satisfy a particular desire among many home owners and...
Sustainable Solutions

19 Sustainable Solutions articles

Sustainable Solutions
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Human-centred technology with fully integrated single-platform convenience.
Paco Sanchis represents hope. His vision and gritted determination have resulted in the realisation of a...
Greening small spaces around our homes and apartments is a huge trend right now and is gaining a similar...
While other framing options have their benefits, this CodeMark certified laminated veneer lumber (LVL) offers...
How do we heat and cool our homes in line with the new Zero Carbon legislation?
What do we need to do in New Zealand to ensure our cities live up to our ‘clean, green New Zealand’...
Green, energy-efficient, natural, net zero, passive. There is so much eco terminology being bandied about...
Utilising a free, natural resource is more uncommon in our cities than it should be. We spoke to Tanksalot about the benefits of collecting rainwater and how to avoid relying on council-supplied water altogether...
With environmental concerns at an all-time high, what are the implications of building ‘cheap and fast’...
Planning tanking into a building's design right from the beginning of the project is a no-brainer for anyone...
First there was the Marie Kondo craze for organising our household stuff. Now, we have an innovative new...
Flexible, future-proofed homes, that can adapt to changing circumstances, are the key to a truly sustainable home. Here, Jason Higham of Higham Architecture discusses the importance of including universal design features in all our houses...
Heating water is usually the single biggest energy user in the home and, while other technologies in the house – such as lighting, refrigeration and heating – have become more efficient, it still takes the same amount of energy to heat a litre of water to 60°C. Rising costs of power mean that people are becoming increasingly motivated to do something to reduce the cost of running their homes while also personally tackling climate change, and using the sun to heat water is an easy place to start...
For decades now, New Zealanders have loved the look of cedar, especially the ever-popular western red cedar, which has been specified in a range of applications. However, there is an alternative interior timber gaining traction: western hemlock...
New Zealanders have an innate relationship with the environment. Most of us have grown up going camping or visiting the beach...
For high-end architectural hardware designers and manufacturers Halliday + Baillie, continuing to operate their business in New Zealand has presented many challenge...
The best engineered timber flooring will last the lifetime of any project, and it will outdo most commonly used flooring products...
Sustainability is a term that’s thrown around a lot these days. It can mean many things in different...
Many New Zealand architects are looking to satisfy a particular desire among many home owners and...
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