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Ephemeral Art Competition – with Fifteen Trees

Ephemeral Art Competition – with Fifteen Trees

  For those who follow me on instagram (or facebook) you’ll know I’ve been enjoying creating some little nature art images in recent times… These are known as ephemeral art, as the intention is that they are temporary creations in the landscape using natural found objects – often leaves, rocks, twigs, flowers, bark, sand, etc. –…

reduce reuse recycle [and rethink]: buildings

reduce reuse recycle [and rethink]: buildings

reduce reuse recycle [and rethink]: buildings When it comes to caring for the environment, we’re all pretty used to the concept of “The Three R’s”, in terms of sorting our household waste, upcycling furniture, or embracing vintage fashion… but what about when it comes to buildings? As an architect with a passion for sustainable design,…

What can camping teach us about more sustainable living?

What can camping teach us about more sustainable living?

“Take only photos, leave only footprints” We recently spent some time camping down on the Great Ocean Road, at the picturesque National Parks camping site at Johanna Beach in the Otways. There was lots to love about the experience – including sharing my three-year-old son’s joy of his first-time camping! I also noticed that there are a…