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The Boulevarde:

Code Green was engaged to create, design and construct a new five bedroom home that embodies sustainability in every aspect of its construction. To be fully automated yet designed for living.

 

Our team provided a complete, end-to-end solution for the clients:

 

Consultation, Design, Construction: Code Green carried out the complete package from consultation to construction. Code Green who worked closely with the clients to develop a design that was able to be built efficiently, while also minimising waste.

Design Realisation: Inventing ways in which the designs on paper can be built in reality.

Construction: Working with our team of skilled tradespeople to deliver the level of finish for which we are renowned.

Project Management: Total oversight and management of the project, completing it on time and within budget.

 

 

The Boulevarde embodies sustainability in every aspect of its construction. Fully automated yet designed for living. The five bedroom home is a distinctly modern design letting in light and energy from the outside world to create a seamless sanctuary. From the global first Hydronic heating for the swimming pool to the plant rich Green roof, the house harmonises with its environment collecting rainwater for irrigation while using external automatic window shades to moderate interior temperature. Bespoke, in every element The Boulevarde is an active space designed to enhance daily life.

 

The Boulevarde began with a painting, commissioned by the clients from eminent Aboriginal artist BiBi Barba, whose work influenced the creative process. The artwork is etched across its many elements to create a harmony of light and shade when combined with sustainable features such as the Green roof and long cantilevered sections. Working within the confines of a narrow block, the desire was to diverge from the typical and create a home at once distinct and blended with its surrounds.

 

Fully automated yet designed for living, The Boulevarde embodies sustainability in every aspect of its construction.From the plant-rich Green roof to the global first Hydronic heating for the swimming pool, the house harmonises with its environment, collecting rainwater for irrigation while using external automatic window shades to moderate interior temperatures.The five-bedroom home is a distinctly modern design, letting in light and energy from the outside world to create a seamless sanctuary

 

Project Details:

Location: Sydney
Assignment: Consultation, Design, Construction and Total Project Management
Team Size: Eight
Duration: Fifty Two weeks

 

Awards:

Winner – (BDAA) Building Designers Association of Australia – New Residential Dwellings

Winner – (BDAA) Building Designers Association of Australia – Innovative use of Product “Unitex”

Winner – (MBA) Master Builders Association – Design & Construct $4M

Winner – (MBA) Master Builders Association – Energy Efficient Home of the Year

Winner – International Design Awards, Milan Italy – Architectural Building & Design

Finalist – (BDAA) Building Designers Association of Australia – Residential Sustainable Design

Finalist – (HIA) GreenSmart Professional of the Year