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Gold Coast Architects – Pyramid Design

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Gold Coast architects may incorporate a new design trend in their architecture. The Mayans and Egyptians constructed incredible feats of architecture able to weather the test of time. The pyramid has been known from ancient times as a powerful design that connects to energy forces and its shape is identified with healing qualities. The Egyptians viewed the pyramid as a spiritual symbol because its form ...

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Architects Gold Coast – Eco Design

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In passive solar building design, windows, walls, and floors are made to collect, store, and distribute solar energy in the form of heat in the winter and reject solar heat in the summer. This is called passive solar design or ...

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Architect Gold Coast – Passive Solar Design

E-CORRE Complex - Environmental centre longbeach california - Shipping container recycled building

Gold Coast architects aspire to cutting edge passive solar design in their visioning of environmentally sensitive buildings. Passive solar design enables buildings to be warmed by the sun in winter and protect from the warmth of the sun in summer.

The above environemental Centre in Long Beach, California went to the extreme ...

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Gold Coast Architects of the Future

Futuristic Eco Designed Communities/habitats are usually portrayed as some large megastructure which has technically accomplished carbon nutrality and self sufficiency. Here are a few examples of what is being seen through the bonoculars of some Gold Coast architects.

Above -  For roughly 2000 people, urban exploration has meant moving to and becoming a critical member of an “experimental township” near the coast of India’s Tamil-Nadu state. Auroville is a city intended to be free ...

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Architect – Gold Coast Bio Architecture

 

Bioarchitecture is the holistic process and product of planning, designing and constructing space that integrates natural form, biologic function and environmental, social and aesthetic considerations – something I think is absolutely important for the Gold Coast Architects. It requires knowledge of living systems, natural harmonics and fractal geometric relationships expressing as form, pattern, rhythm, ratio and proportion.

Bioarchitecture involves the use of organic materials, green technology and appropriately skilled ...

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Byron Bay Architecture – Mircro Homes

Micro homes are often created out of necessity – sometimes because of lack of space or finance. More often today they are a statement of “small is beautiful”. Micro’s are extremely energy efficient requiring much less building materials, less energy bills and less rooms to clean! The days of Mcmansions is out – show off your smaller home and be an environmental hero!

Above is Derek “Deek” Diedricksen who  is totally fascinated by tiny ...

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Byron Bay Architects for Sacred Geometry

Byron Bay Architects are one breed of designers who especially have an appreciation of  Sacred Geometry. But what exactly is it? Sacred Geometry is actually the blueprint from which all forms manifest into the physical world. It also governs the way living things regenerate through a principle union of complementary opposites – from pine cones to galaxies. Some of the great architectural masterpieces of the ages such as the Pyramids, Parthenon and Stonehenge were ...

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Gold Coast Architects for Sustainable Design

Gold Coast architects are more and more demonstrating the awsome beauty and sense in using recycled materials as a major building component. It is yet another layer of sustainability in design. Using unconventional materials adds a new dimension to the creative juices to manifest the most amazing structues which could never be conceived with conventional building materials.

The Gold Coast is a haven for architects seeking low cost recycled materials for special economically constrained projects. ...

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Gold Coast Architects like Curves

Five examples of curvaceous architecture

Zaha Hadid’s winning design for the ‘Changsha Meixihu international culture and art center’  capital of the south central Chinese province of Hunan.

Curves in architecture always provide a glimpse of the future in  the sense of technology overcoming the economic constraints of rectilinear forms. The corresponding aethetic delights also reflect an aesthetic decadance usually only reserved for the elite. For me curved forms and spaces provide a true haven for exaltation of the human ...

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Byron Bay Free Form Architecture

There are many ways in which freeform architecture can be expressed. Simplicity is often the key such as in this woven design.

However you can use mud and get a little more carried away……….

However if you are a carpenter master craftsman this then becomes possible.

Incenturies gone by, traditional house construction was undertaken by the owners. It is only in relatively recent times we ...

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