Case studies‎ > ‎

Renewed Living @ Beulah Park

Discover how Georgy and Luke planned a renovation of their 1800's cottage with an energy efficient extension and a garden that offers edible produce.

Cottage Character
A north-facing extension to an Adelaide cottage provides flexible and energy efficient family living spaces without compromising the character of the original home.

"Although they (Georgy and Luke) had been dreaming of their build for a long time, Georgy admits that the size of the project was daunting.  The catalyst for action was finding a sympathetic builder.  She found Danny and Donna of Energy Aspect Living.  They were really good about our tight budget and our desire to use recycled and locally sourced materials."

"In the beginning, I didn't understand that I wouldn't need to turn on the fire every day in winter.  Now I live here, I get it.  The kids have had the 'ahah' moment too and they're not even ten years old."  Georgy homeowner.
photo from Sanctuary Magazine article

Sanctuary Magazine

You can see the full story in Issue 25 of Sanctuary Magazine or the full Sanctuary article can be downloaded here.  

Energy Aspect Living can help you turn your existing house into a more energy efficient home.  Whether you are at the design stage, or have plans and are looking for quotes to build, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss your project.  Contact us today.

Sanctuary magazine is published by the Alternative Technology Association and can be purchased online or in newsagents.