Armstrong Eco House
The goal of the project was to create a livable sustainable dwelling which paid homage to their previous family home which was burnt in fire.
The house was built on the previous House site thereby causing minimal impact to its surroundings and the environment while creating a fluid relationship between existing interior and exterior spaces. The dwelling would meet there needs while adhering to a list of criteria set out at the initial design meeting.
The Award winning open plan design achieved all of its objectives the use of natural material recycled timber and fired clay brick.
- Passive Solar Design
- 5KW Grid Interactive Solar
- Low VOC finishes
- Daylighting from clestory and light only skylights
- Solar Hot Water Collection
- Water and energy saving measures
- Rainwater Harvesting 21000 litre
- Creation of Micro climate through native Species Garden and ponds and On-site nutrient recycling