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Would you like to see how a solar passive home works & why you should consider it?

On Saturday the 20th of April PdD Building Design HQ and The Dromhus House are opening their doors for Sustainable House Day 2024.

As well as these two buildings, you can experience more of Eurobodalla's most sustainable and inspiring homes at the Eurobodalla Sustainable House Day Showcase on Saturday, April 20th.

Coinciding with the National Sustainable House Day, it is a unique opportunity to explore environmentally conscious living spaces and learn about sustainable design practices.

At PdD Building Design, our mission has always been to create buildings that prioritise the well-being of their inhabitants, minimise environmental impact, and are cost-effective to construct and run. We firmly believe that Solar Passive, sustainable, eco-friendly homes can be built affordably.

The 'Dromhus' Home and Office stands as a testament to this belief—a nationally recognised award-winning gem. On the April 20th, its doors will swing open to the public as part of the Sustainable House Day Showcase.

There are two ways to visit; on the Council bus tour, or on a self-led tour.

The bus tour will visit the home from 10.15am to 11am then the house will be open for self led visitors from 11 to 1pm. More information can be found at the links below:





You'll gain valuable insights, expert advice, and first-hand knowledge on sustainable building practices from the designer himself, Paul Dolphin and explore sustainable materials, construction, and renovation techniques straight from the source.

Following on from the tour, on Sunday the 21st Paul will be part of a panel of experts in the Eurobodalla Sustainable House Day Webinar discussion. 

The webinar will explore sustainable products, technologies, and insights on how to enhance home sustainability - ultimately leading to the creation of healthier and more comfortable living spaces. We hope you will join us!




 Further details about the home and office are listed here.


Tickets may be booked through the Eurobodalla Shire Council websites via the links provided, or just drop in on the day!


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