Architecture & esd

Fontem work alongside only the best architects and interior designers.

Every Fontem project is one of world-class design, with a focus on an honest response to how people live and move through a space.

For us, it is not only important to use considered materials, but to deliver measurable, quantifiable reductions in product lifecycle and maintenance costs. Our approach benefits the environment and your outgoings simultaneously. All Fontem projects exceed current Environmentally Sustainable Design (ESD) regulations and provide a minimum 6-star energy rating, and we are targeting to increase this minimum to 8-star. Ultimately creating a more sustainable lifecycle and minimising your daily costs.

We are not only targeting zero admission ready projects, but our focus is on how we incorporate energy, water, transport, building materials, waste and innovation in everything we do. We continually look for ways to improve.

We believe that the locations we select for each of our projects is as important as the design of the home. We want every purchaser to continue to live in, and love their Fontem home, neighbourhood, and lifestyle.

The architectural design of the building aims to not only reflect its community but also to cultivate communities naturally through clever design.

* Indicative layout and reference for a Fontem communal zone.

Disclaimer: Areas referred to on these marketing drawings have been determined according to the Property Council of Australia guidelines (Method of Measurement for residential property) and method of measurement may not relate to the boundaries described or shown on the Plan of Subdivision for this development. All areas shown are approximate. The information contained heron has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable and have no reason to doubt it’s accuracy. The vendor and it’s agent will not be responsible for any error or misdescription that may appear. Prospective purchasers or leases are therefore advised to make whatever investigations they deem necessary