Our Clifton Hill homes, designed by sustainable architects at Field Office Architecture, have been featured in Sanctuary Magazine. Located in inner city Melbourne, the hundred-year old townhouses were replaced with sustainable, 21st century versions. They were built with passive solar design, green architecture, sustainable design and recycled materials in mind. Click the link to learn more.
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