Dimension3 Architects design homes that have a ‘Low Carbon Footprint’ and we fully support the construction of sustainable buildings. For us, sustainable architecture is not just about the creation of buildings with a low environmental impact; we see it as a totally new approach looking to improve the way people live and build.
Who is sustainable architecture for?
We’d like to think that in the near future every client requiring construction work will understand the benefits of this type of building and opt for sustainable architecture. We mainly address the following categories of clients:
- Young families that have outgrown their home and are looking for a residential home better suiting their needs;
- Clients who are consciously aware of the environment and the future of the planet;
- Clients willing to spend money on a new healthy and safe home for their children, one that is simple and economical to live in (i.e. has a reduced carbon footprint, low energy usage, etc.)
What are the benefits of sustainable architecture?
Before obtaining advice and guiding from our designers, here are several strong reasons to opt for a sustainable home:
- Reduced construction costs – a green building costs less than a normal building because it requires fewer resources for completion;
- Improved health and increased productivity – green building materials are not dangerous to your health;
- Minimizing waste – water is managed in a more effective and environmentally-friendly manner, for instance recycling or collecting rainwater;
- Saving energy by insulating windows, ceilings, and walls, and using alternative energy sources;
- Noise avoidance – through the creation of noise barriers or planting of more trees;
- Improving life quality overall through the above-mentioned benefits
Why choose us?
The sustainable architecture experts at Dimension3 Architects will be working closely with you along the entire journey, as we make suggestions, guide and oversee your project, ensuring that your home meets all your needs. We coordinate the construction of Low Carbon Homes from conception to the moment when you step into your environmentally-friendly home and start living there.