Site plan of a suburban block shows drainage control down the uphill side, sediment barriers on the downhill edges, stockpiles inside the sediment barriers on the downhill corners and a stabilised entry with flow control hump on the downhill side.
In two different versions of an elevated house next to a neighbour's sitting area, a fixed screen or plantings are located so that the occupant of the elevated house cannot see directly into the neighbour's sitting area.
A living room with rendered walls and a number of small square windows for natural light. A glass door opens to the outdoors and a a number of small pot plants are located around the room. The room is furnished with comfortable wicker furniture with cushions.
A diagram shows home energy use and production being monitored by an energy management system; many such houses and power stations are connected to the grid, receiving power from different types of power generation that include fossil-fuel based methods and wind turbines.