Posts by helene

WOMADelaide 2019: New Materials For Bio-Fabrication in Architecture

Womadelaide 2016 programme and events

WOMADelaide 2019 is almost here and the Planet Talks are always a highlight. One of the lineup, Dr Michael Hornblow, is an interdisciplinary Artist and Senior Lecturer in Architecture and Design at the University of Tasmania. He has a broad background across film, video, intermedia, performance, and design, focusing on site-specific, ecological, social justice and…

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7 Ways You Can Help Our Planet

7 ways you can help our planet

 Living on our beautiful planet is so complicated. Our clever human brains have created so many amazing things, but the consumer-based society we have created, means that our lifestyle (and our greed) is destroying our home. People are starting to wake-up to this though, and we are excitingly seeing the next generation standing up and…

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Why Words Matter

Do you create something? Perhaps you write, or draw, or paint? Perhaps you cook, or garden, or sew, or knit? Whatever your creative pursuits are, creativity is part of being human. For some of us, it is what gets us out of bed each day, and what fills our thoughts as we sleep. Creating can…

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Why Going Your Own Way is Good For You

sustainable home ideas

Are you overwhelmed with clutter, to do lists, or mess and chaos at home? Are you trying to live up to a particular expectation or standard in your life? Do you constantly feel like your home is unfinished, but can’t afford to create the beautiful home you crave? You are not alone. Developing your own…

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Gingerfinch – Homewares Made By Hands

gingerfinch sustainable homewares

Gingerfinch is an online store, specialising in rare-find homewares and lifestyle goods which are made by hands, not mass-produced in factories. Owner Peita, says that sustainability is at their core, and that they only stock products which are kind to the planet, and will last you for years to come. They have joined the Sustainable…

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