Beautiful, Sustainable Building Design
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Eco Architects Designing Beautiful, Comfortable, Affordable Spaces
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Sustainable House Design Effortlessly Cool in Summer & Warm in Winter
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Sustainable Public & Commercial Spaces Make Your Building & Your People More Efficient
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Sustainable House Design

At Envirotecture we will help you create the family home you have always envisioned. A home that works well, feels good, is kind to the environment, culturally appropriate and reduces energy and running costs.

We design houses that are lovely to live in without causing mortgage stress.

Envirotecture regularly collaborates with different kinds of builders to achieve good results on restricted budgets.

Whether you are looking for sustainable building design, a passivhaus, consulting services or a sustainable design review… we can help you.

Public & Commercial Building Design

At Envirotecture we help you future-proof your investment, providing cost-effective design solutions for your commercial project.

We design your building to help reduce your operating costs, optimize the life cycle of your building and increase your property value.

Sustainable design will also improve your workplace environment, and increase your employee’s attendance and productivity. Whatever the size of your project, we’ll help you achieve the maximum return on your investment. Take a look at some of our sustainable public & commercial projects

NSW Schools – full of potential

Schools Infrastructure New South Wales have commissioned this report into the case for developing schools in NSW to the Passive House standard


Thornleigh Passivhaus site tour

All wrapped up…. See a passivhaus partially constructed. Membranes exposed, framing visible, services on show, HRV ducting installed. A rare opportunity to see the workings behind passivhaus…


NZ Prefab CoLab 2019

NZ PreFab CoLab 2019 was held in Auckland in March, and Envirotecture director Dick Clarke went along to see what the Kiwis are up to. Plenty, it turns out.