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Your Future Home Green Interior Awards 2012

Your Future Home Green Interior Awards spotlight interior designers, consultants and stylists who have completed a project with a ‘green’ theme.

Your Future Home Green Interior Awards 2012


March 20th, 2013

Your Future Home is an educational initiative of Australian Living, a sustainable building consultancy, who specialise in the creation of sustainable homes. The team behind Your Future Home strive to increase the awareness of sustainable homes and provide education for industry and the community.

Overall Winner: Azuba

This commercial project, created by Azuba for Mortgage Ezy, was a devoted exploration to create a safe, non-toxic environment that people, could feel nourished and flourish while at work.

Your Future Home Green Interior Awards

Children’s Room Winner: Sabi

Sabi Style were asked to convert a home office overlooking the bushland of Mount Coot-tha into a child’s nursery, which had minimal impact on the environment, and was a healthy space free of chemicals.

Your Future Home Green Interior Awards

Dining Room Winner: Debra Cronin

Debra Cronin created a dining room space which looked timeless and effortless, but a lot of effort went into using products which were upcycled.

Your Future Home Green Interior Awards

In its inaugural year, the Your Future Home Green Interior Awards drew an inspiring selection of projects that demonstrated the breadth of green thinking in local design processes.

Other winners in the 2012 Awards included Hare & Klein (see hero image) and Camilla Molders Design.

Your Future Home


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