Yallingup Eco House wins design award
The sustainable project Yallingup Eco House by Architect: Stuart Threadgold and Structural Engineers Scott Smalley Partnership has won the coveted Silver A' Design Award in Sustainable Products, Projects and Green Design Category selected as a winner by the esteemed referees of the A' Design Awards & Competition among a significant number of nominated works.
The Yallingup Eco House was conceived by Architect: Stuart Threadgold and Structural Engineers Scott Smalley Partnership. Stuart Threadgold, the Architect who designed the winning work Yallingup Eco House explains, “The energy efficient eco house for young family on 120 acre Yallingup property epitomises their ideals to live sustainably and off-grid. The house was sited in elevated position to capture views, cooling breezes and ensure a large northern glazing for radiant heat gain is not compromised by shading - the roof can harvest rainwater with a storage capacity of 550,000 Litres. The house boasts a 5.5 kilowatt photovoltaic system which is discretely hidden behind an anthra zinc parapet single lock standing seam cladding. With power and water self-sufficiency; the house also incorporates passive solar design principles to improve energy efficiency and is surrounded by citrus, nut and pomme fruit orchards which are sited around the house to permaculture principles as part of the design brief.” threadgoldarchitecture.com.au