This is the house that Jane built.
This is the name
that holds the house that Jane built.
We'd heard of Avery, spoken of her, admired Pia Ednie-Brown, her creative force. The images of Avery's transformation into a living, breathing entity - a 'person' for want of a better description are simply gorgeous and a testimony to Pia's love and dedication.
Avery Green is a house with a 120-year history and whilst Pia's 6-year relationship with her home had enveloped her soul, come 2015 it was time to part their ways.
And herein was born the concept, "who is Avery Green?" More than a renovation project it was a parting gift to what had become a significant part of Pia's own family history.
Integrating love, architecture and design, Pia evolved a unique process she calls, The Jane Approach. A process which, according to Pia "articulates a way of moving through the world, primarily informed by the work of three Janes: Jane Goodall, Jane Jacobs and Jane Bennett."
Photo source: Avery Green
"the more we can open ourselves up to listening deeply to the things around us, the more connected to the world we can become" - Pai Ednie-Brown
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