Four fabulous examples of sustainable housing will be open to the public on Sunday September 16 as part of the annual Sustainable House Day Open Homes event.
More than half of some 1,000-odd people who attended the 2017 Living for the Future Home Expo last week say that they left with a ‘definite plan’.
More than 1,500 people attended the very popular Sustainable House Day Expo and Tiny Homes Design Competition last Saturday, September 17, at Mullumbimby Civic Hall.
For something so tiny, it’s gathering a huge following. That’s how Sandi Middleton, event coordinator from The Sustainable House Day Northern Rivers Collaboration, sees the future of tiny homes as they become more mainstream in our urban and rural landscape.
Three of Mullumbimby’s most sustainable homes will be opening their doors to the public on Sunday, 13 September, for Sustainable House Day 2015 - a national event that allows the public to see and learn from the best environmental homes across Australia.
Entries in the recent Sustainable Small House Design Awards and Expo at Bangalow which drew hundreds of people will be on show for the last time on Wednesday at a special meet-the-designer event.
Northern rivers locals looking for inspiring better-living ideas and the latest in sustainable design and energy efficiency are being encouraged to attend Saturday’s Sustainable House Day Expo at Bangalow.