Green Point Design Est. 1998      
Ballarat-based Sustainable Architect working Victoria-wide.
Certified Passive House Designer.

  1. Cornish Hill House designed by sustainable architect Green Point Design. Straw lined ceiling.
    Meals area with clerestory windows and straw ceiling lining
  2. Cornish Hill House designed by sustainable architect Green Point Design. Facade.
    House facade
  3. Cornish Hill House designed by sustainable architect Green Point Design. Water tanks.
    Rainwater tank and solar hot water panel
  4. Cornish Hill House designed by sustainable architect Green Point Design. Recycled timber kitchen cabinets.
    Recycled timber kitchen
  5. Cornish Hill House designed by sustainable architect Green Point Design. Display niche in thermal wall.
    Display shelf in thermal wall
  6. Cornish Hill House designed by sustainable architect Green Point Design. Thermal wall.
    Thermal wall in passive solar design
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Cornish Hill House

Architect’s notes:
  • A prototype of sustainable architecture using off-the-shelf products and materials.
  • Passive solar design on challenging west-facing lot.
  • Water collection system reduces mains consumption by 100,000 litres per year.

Special features:
  • Partially earth sheltered ground floor.
  • Rain water collection system.
  • Internal concrete mass wall.
  • Recycled timber kitchen cabinets.