We all know a few small changes locally can have a big impact globally.
A little bit of sustainable design reduces the need for excessive heating and cooling, lowers carbon emissions and helps the whole environment – especially those penguins wondering what’s happening to their ice!
Sustainability has never been more important to homebuyers than it is now, but with correct design and choosing the right way to help reduce the impact of building and living in a new home can be confusing.
That’s why Landcom, together with Clarendon Homes, is building the innovative Eco Living Display Homes. It’s a tangible way of showing you the latest sustainability designs, materials, features and building products. It means you can come in, walk around and actually see the way sustainability and style work together.
Sustainability doesn’t have to be about going without. Sustainability is about high performance and precision, and it can be stylish, comfortable and cost effective.
Each of the three sustainable homes at The Ponds in Sydney’s northwest pushes innovative sustainability concepts and designs in a different way.
The Benchmark Home demonstrates current best practice in project home design and construction; the Greencycle Home will maximise environmentally friendly products and materials during construction; and the Net Zero Emissions Home will generate its own independent energy and water.