Updated: Jan 9
There is a heap we are working on in the background which will see an incredibly bright future for our planet. We cannot talk about a lot of the work we are doing as it is for other companies under NDAs, but here is some stuff which I think is very cool.
The first is a fully sustainable factory. Not a factory with a solar panel bolted to the roof, a fully off-grid 100% sustainable factory with 3 phase power, own sewer plant, water generation, sealed factory floor (to control heating / cooling and air flow), etc etc.
It looks very reminiscent of the bushfire rebuild designs we are doing - in fact, what we have learnt from proper off-grid living has forced us to think better with factories.
We hope to have our first fully completed off-grid factory mid 2021. Imagine building fully sustainable, off-grid houses from a fully sustainable, off-grid factory. This is next level cool. Initial costings suggest that we can build this full decked out factory for the same m2 $$$ that a normal factory is built. Soon there is no choice for developers not to be thinking proper green and sustainable. Cost wont be in the equation.
Next we are looking at a permaculture project where they wanted a sustainable, off-grid plant / food processing facility. Our thoughts that we already need to build a 240m2 building with a roof which already costs $x. This facility needs a roof - so why not do it in glass and have a built in greenhouse. So for not a lot of extra $$$ we have something really quite special. Greenhouse or tea house above a working permaculture facility below.
Lastly, (of what we can disclose) a very cool custom house overlooking the bay of Mallacoota. This is a bushfire rebuild where we are improving the status from the devastating aftermath of the 2019/20 fires.
A sea of glass in the entry and rear where there will be uninterrupted views from the top of the hills. This very unique house design is more of a statement than great use of space :) Minimal internals, with maximum wow. Very simple to build when you look at the clean lines and less is more approach. The price we are doing for this will reflect the simplistic design.
These designs are obviously very raw without pretty renderings and lack detail. Dont look too hard...