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This Couple Rebuilt Their Home To Be A Stunning Self-Sustaining Eco-Friendly Haven

By Brian Spaen

A lot of effort and money goes into transitioning an older home into a more sustainable property, but that didn’t stop two Australian residents from doing so in an extravagant fashion. CplusC Architectural Workshop helped Geoff Carroll and Julie Young develop a better way for them to generate energy grow produce, and efficiently use water in their 1980s terrace home located in the Sydney suburbs.

Both Carroll and Young, owners of the old home, approached Clinton Cole from CplusC with the idea to make their property more environmentally friendly. In their day job, they work with software company Kinesis, where they provide sustainable solutions through data and predictive analytics in urban areas. This inspired them to have a similar approach in how they live their everyday life.

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Source: CplusC Architectural Workshop