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Welcome to our latest newsletter. Colder weather provides an opportunity to review the comfort and efficiency of our homes. Windows are an important part of the building envelope and one which has been a weak point in our homes for a long time. This month we look at some well designed joinery products with great thermal properties plus they provide a safer and healthier living environment for you and your family.

If you want any information on getting your home healthy through design, drop us an email or give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you!



Producing environments that support good health and well being
September 2020


Duncan Sinclair - 027 487 7766
duncan@blackpine.co.nz
Tilt and Turn Joinery
A popular design providing fresh air without draughts. Thermally efficient, stylish, easy to clean with an integrated locking system.
Roof Windows
Roof windows bring natural light and ventilation to parts of your home where standard vertical windows just aren’t practical.

Aspirational Architecture - Lauriston House, Victoria, Australia

Lauriston House, a passive solar home designed by Seeley Architects, is a wonderful example of form and function. Its material palette includes local materials and textures to further connect the design with its surrounding landscape, sky and environs. It is a uniquely Australian response to shelter and uses a meticulously detailed and structured frame with a seemingly floating sinuous roof. As well as being highly sculptural, the build also incorporates a swag of passive design solutions. With solar principles, rainwater capture systems and the use of recycled natural products, this home has all the creature comforts while using minimal energy. 

The architecture behind Lauriston House, a design reflecting its surroundings

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