This Self-Sufficient Australian Home Is a Living, Breathing Ecosystem

This Self-Sufficient Australian Home Is a Living, Breathing Ecosystem

By Elana Castle
A house in Sydney combats climate change with its own ecosystem.

Ask Clinton Cole what drives his architecture practice, and you get a manifesto: "We need an architecture that generates and stores power, an architecture that harvests and recycles water, an architecture that reuses waste," says the founder of CplusC, a design-build firm based in Sydney. "We need an architecture that produces fruits, vegetables, fish, and eggs. We need an architecture where nature and beauty exist symbiotically." 

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