Building Designer | Cooroy | Eco Sustainable Planning & Project Manager

 
ECOLIBRIUM are a design studio specialising in the design of environmentally sensitive buildings and sustainable property planning.
ECOLIBRIUM strive to provide building designs that are not only energy and cost efficient in terms of day to day functioning and construction but also create environments that are inviting and comfortable.

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

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  • Site analysis
  • In depth client brief
  • Passive solar design
  • Cross ventilation
  • Thermal performance
  • Solar studies
  • Renewable technologies

PROPERTY PLANNING

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  • Sustainable food production
  • Sustainable resource usage
  • Enhanced lifestyle
  • Environment improvement
  • Permaculture 
  • Revegetation
  • Tree planting

 

OTHER SERVICES

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  • Project management
  • 3D computer modelling
  • Image rendering
  • Professional liaison
  • Inspections
  • Quality control
  • Additional documentation

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By reaching these goals we hope to have designed spaces that are pleasing to the eye and encourage harmony, health, vitality and wellbeing.

At ECOLIBRIUM, our building designs incorporate established sustainable architecture principles such as passive solar design, excellent ventilation and the incorporation of thermal mass. All materials specified in the design are carefully considered to minimise environmental impacts before, during and after construction. The result is a building that has minimal impact and is comfortable and healthy to live in. Sustainable property planning designs aim to guide you (short or long term) to create a productive system that provides you with a sustainable food and resource supply that will enhance your lifestyle and that of the surrounding environment. The combination of building design and property planning goes a long way towards the ultimate in sustainable design and living. When the built environment works in harmony with the natural environment (the garden/property) and vice versa, resource, water and energy usage can reach its highest efficiency.

Cooroy is named for nearby Cooroy Mountain, originally called Coorooey, from the Aboriginal word – kurui – for possum.

Timber-cutters explored the area around 1863 and soon after developed a timber industry which continued to support the local economy with two operating sawmills. Eventually Cooroy diversified into dairying and fruit growing and in 1915, the famous butter factory opened.

ECOLIBRIUM provide ecologically sustainable building design and planning services across the Queensland Sunshine Coast and hinterland area including Cootharaba