LINKS

The following links will take you to businesses and organisations we believe are important and like to endorse:

Your Home

Your home manual, this is a fantastic source of knowledge when it comes to sustainability in the residential designing/building market.

www.yourhome.gov.au

Renew

A plethora of knowledge here on sustainability in general, we highly recommend having a look.

www.renew.org.au

Global GreenTag

Global GreenTag is a fantastic search engine for those considering building sustainably. It works the same as Selector (well-known and used material selection website) but Global GreenTag has a rigorous research process on every material that gets endorsed on their page.

www.globalgreentag.com

Josh’s Houses

Josh Byrne offers a great source of information on sustainability at home.

www.joshshouse.com.au

Housing Industry Association (HIA):

Here you can find a plethora of information on anything residential construction.

www.hia.com.au

Xquisit

An amazing organic skincare range made locally in Fremantle. We believe in shopping local and endorsing small business of course. Especially when they are as wonderful as this product.

www.xquisit.com.au

The Hunger Project

The Hunger Project is an organisation focussed on eradicating world hunger by empowering women in their communities. We believe this is the most powerful way of creating a positive change for the better.

The Hunger Project

CreativeTones

CreativeTones created our logo, stationary, website and social media elements. We are so happy with not only his product but also his service. We highly recommend.

creativetones.com.au


Ren McGann Photography

We love Ren’s work, he is an outstanding photographer and artist. All of the nature photography on our website is by Ren. Please check out his website here:

renmcgann.com

Design Matters

The largest community of building designers and thermal performance assessors in Australia.

www.designmatters.org.au

Witchcliffe Ecovillage

The Witchcliffe Ecovillage is a unique residential development that is set to become one of the world’s first fully integrated villages to be self-sufficient in renewable energy, water, and fresh food produce. It is also the home of designButton.

www.ecovillage.net.au