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The Sociable Weaver

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Saint Kilda, Victoria
The Sociable Weaver
The Sociable Weaver is a design and building company that creates healthy, sustainable, community minded, functional homes. Our thoughtfully designed houses encourage connection to nature, to community, to family, to friends and to ourselves. AFFORDABLE ARCHITECTURE INSPIRED BY NATURE The Sociable Weaver homes are practical, economical and available at a price point that makes architecturally designed, functional, healthy and environmentally conscious homes accessible to more buyers. Each and every single component of our houses is selected to provide the ideal balance between design intent, health, nature, environment, communities and sustainability, meaning less reliance on the planet’s resources. HEALTHY FOR THE INHABITANT AND FOR THE PLANET We create homes that are either carbon neutral or carbon positive and we place strong emphasis on building biology to create a healthy home. Along with Feng Shui design principles, permaculture integration, recycling processes, accessibility and more, our homes are thoughtfully considered in every possible way. OUR BUSINESS FAMILY The Sociable Weaver is one part of our vision for transforming the built environment for the better. Our award-winning construction company, Martin Builders, is the core builder of many of our projects. To transform the built environment on a larger scale, we enact our vision for positive development through Small Giants Developments.
Services Provided

Building Design, Energy-Efficient Homes, Floor Plans, Home Additions, Home Renovating, House Plans, Pool House Design & Construction, Site Planning, Sustainable Design, Tiny House Construction, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Custom Homes

Areas Served

Saint Kilda, Melbourne, Bass Coast, Mornington Peninsula, Byron Shire, Victoria, New South Wales


FEATURED IN The Design Files, 26 June 2017 The Age, 10 June 2017 Peppermint Magazine, March 2017, Issue 33 Dumbo Feather, February 2017, Issue 50

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