A Wallaga Lake weatherboard house has received an award winning makeover. Congratulations to Builder Brad Munckton for his MBA award and Steve Watson for completing the Camel Rock Brewery and Cafe.  It was a pleasure to be associated with this project. Source: Third time’s a charm for award-winning weatherboard renovation […]

Third time’s a charm for award-winning weatherboard renovation | Bega ...


In this recent interview, Laurie Raikes from Anchor Homes shares with the Building Connection team why modular building is rapidly growing in popularity. Source: The Rise of Modular Homes [Interview] Save Share

The Rise of Modular Homes




The recent tiny house movement appeals to people because it is an economical, but also sustainable and minimal way to live. Many people choose to take their home into their own hands and build these tiny dwellings themselves. Save Share

Tiny Houses



This impressive house wraps around the hillside allowing beautiful views in the living areas, and privacy in the bedrooms. The use of different timbers in joinery and floors is stunning. A Sri Lankan couple build their perfect family home influenced by their new surroundings and heritage Source: Houzz Tour: At […]

Houzz Tour: At Home in the Hills of Wellington



Could a new breed of green roof, gaining popularity in the US, provide better sustainable and amenity outcomes? Source: The New Green Roof Is Blue Share

The New Green Roof Is Blue


Located in the beautiful Finnish archipelago of Sipoo, lies ‘Nido’, a small cabin built by twenty-two year old Robin Falck. Robin Falck had planned on building Source: Nido – a hut in the woods | iGNANT.de Share

Nido – a hut in the woods


When most people imagine their dream home, they probably think of a large, sprawling vacation house that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. When Steve Areen thought about building his dream home, all he had to do was find $9,000 and a place to build. He did just that and, […]

This Guy Started With Nothing. What He Had Just 6 ...



design office snøhetta and the research center on zero emission buildings partnered up to realize a pilot house near the norwegian town of larvik. Source: snøhetta’s tilted zero energy house completed in norway Share

Tilted zero energy house completed in norway