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Buderim (Maroochy)

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Location

Martins Creek, Buderim (just off Mons Road).

Project summary

Sustainable Home Buderim is a refurbishment and extension of an existing 1970s standard brick veneer house. The house is located on a large parcel of land that is being sub-divided to form smaller semi-rural lots (around 2,000m2). The new estate has been developed to include water sensitive design features.

Key facts

Climate zone

Sub-tropical – Climate Zone 2

Local council

Sunshine Coast Regional Council (http://www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/)

Project coordinator

Downes Survey Group (http://www.downes.com.au) with the support of the Sunshine Coast Environment Council (SCEC) (http://www.scec.org.au)

Architect/Designer

Archicology Architects (http://www.archicology.com.au)

Builder

TBA

Construction

Estimated commencement: TBA
Estimated official opening: TBA
Estimated completion: TBA

Sustainable design features

As Sustainable Home Buderim is an existing home, it will be altered to better address the site's climate, which has a favourable aspect. This refurbishment will also be integrated with its new extension, which incorporates sustainable design. The existing home is being retained to demonstrate how existing homes can be affordably upgraded by using sustainable design and features.

Construction type

Existing brick veneer walls and slab on ground floor. New lightweight construction and slab on ground.

More information

More information about Sustainable Home Buderim will be posted as it is finalised.

 

Last updated February 2009

 

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Department of Public Works
Illuminating Engineering Society
Australian Green Development Forum
Bendigo Bank
Housing Industry Association
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Urban Development Institute of Australia        Australian Institute of Architects
Planning Institute of Australia
Queensland Master Builders Association
Queensland Government