Eco-Friendly Homes: The New Trend

2016 was the hottest year for planet earth, alarming isn’t it? With the coral reef dying and glaciers melting, we have all slowly begun to reflect on the amount of damage that we, as individuals are causing. Numerous species went extinct last year given the high rate of deforestation and now we are finally taking a step towards a positive direction.


Modern contemporary architecture now focuses on eco-friendliness and sustainability. We are making the best of renewable resources and limiting the use of non-renewable resources. This eco-friendly material is also energy efficient normally which is another added plus point.

The use of wood in architecture is slowly diminishing and being replaced by eco-friendly alternatives like plywood. Other alternatives to wood is now the use of metal. More and more homes are now incorporating metal in their interior. With the help of coded welding in Perth by Diverse Welding, many residential units are now opting for metal interiors like stainless steel kitchen counters and metal staircases etc.

The best part about metal and plywood is that they can both be recycled, so they never go to waste. This allows for minimal wastage, which is something that is not possible for standard wood. The versatility of metal makes it possible to incorporate everywhere. They can be designed in a variety of ways and the coded welding in Perth by Diverse Welding is full of experiences professionals that help cater to your needs and demands. So, you do not compromise on your overall look and finish either and with monochromatic themes being the latest architectural trend, they will fit with your theme perfectly.

Another major advantage of these eco-friendly materials is that they are surprisingly more durable and long-lasting compared to standard wood which is susceptible to cracks and wear and tear over time.