Deco Housing Eco-Village Denmark, WA
Deco Housing eco-village is a development of 12 sustainable housing units located just 250 meters from the country town of Denmark, WA. Deco Housing eco-village, the largest hempcrete development in Australia has been purposefully designed to strike a balance between private space and shared areas, allows the residents to live in a sustainable environment.
SkyFarm, Byron Shire
Award winning architect Michael Leung and his partner, Tiffany Gee built their new main home and studio with Tradical® Hempcrete and recycled timber.
Nestled in the beautiful countryside, these buildings offer excellent thermal insulation that buffers temperature and humidity while preventing damp and mould growth, making the building a comfortable healthy environment.
Honey Hunters Australia, Kilcoy Qld
This is Australia’s first Apiary Therapy Centre. Beehives have been built into the hempcrete walls to provide specialist vibration therapy by laying on top of the hives, as well as air therapy by breathing conditioned air filtered through the beehives.
The hempcrete walls create pristine conditions within the facility, regulating air quality, temperature and humidity for both the resident, visiting clients and bees.
Shepherds Ground Farm & Village, NSW
This idyllic community nestled within over one hundred hectares of organic farmland, to create a place for the renewal of rural village life with small viable farming ventures and businesses, sustainable clustered housing and simplified living that stimulates cultural expression, listening to the land and connectedness to country. Completed in late 2019, Sally and Craig Maguire’s chose to build with Tradical® hempcrete.