Take a Superhome tour

The Superhome movement tours are back for 2021. Tour organisers are excited to showcase several future-proofed Superhomes, designed and built to be environmentally aware and in harmony with nature. Warmer in winter and easier to heat for less cost.

11 Church Square, Addington


Superhome co-founder and designer Bob Burnett says the tours are a chance to visit some of the country’s most beautiful, sustainable, healthy Superhomes.

“Join us for an inspiring day of fun and discovery with expert commentary from owners, designers, builders, and project participants. Hear about what makes a
home healthy for people and the planet.

Ask the owners questions about what it’s like to live in a Superhome and the process of creating one.

“The Superhome movement provides the vehicle for educating residents on what really makes a healthy home. As a not-for-profit organisation, we are not selling specific systems and products. We advocate for what works, based on proven science. There is no greenwash or smoke and mirrors. Just passionate people with the desire to improve the way society lives.”

Something special happens when you take a tour of exemplary Superhomes, he says. “There is a superb level of interaction, engagement and positive energy.”

Experiencing the warmth and quality of the homes, meeting the experts and owners, and discussing innovative ideas that can inform your own project, is a wonderful and immensely valuable experience, Bob adds.

The following pages feature just three of the magnificent Superhomes on this year’s tour – to view them all and to book your ticket visit www.superhome.co.nz

Every ticket includes a healthy home design guide and Superhome tour book; a wealth of resources for anyone interested in the design of Superhomes.


Previous Post

Blending architectural influences: Superhome

Next Post

Function meets style

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *