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Gary Baverstock, Architect

For over 37 years Garry Baverstock has been designing, building educating and researching in the field of ESD. Through winning 8 WA Home of the Year Awards, a MBA, 2 James Hardie, a GreenSmart and three Awards of Merit and many Commendations from the Australian Institute of Architects(AIA), as well as numerous design competition successes in the housing design area has seen Garry become one of the important leaders in the field in Australia. His family home won the GreenSmart Building of the Year in WA in 2005, as well as a national finalist that year.

His career has been balanced by success in Commercial/Institutional Architecture. The 1990 Australian Design Award and the National Energy Award 1993, the winner of the CASE competition 1995, the National Banksia Award in 2002 and stand as testimony of his national success.

State Government recognition, came with the WA Energy Award in 1996, and again a finalist in 1998. Such buildings as the Solar Energy Information Centre (1990), the Perth Zoo Infrastructure Buildings (1996) and the acclaimed Piney Lakes Environmental Education Centre (2000) are among a number of innovative buildings that have shifted the boundaries for ESD in his corner of the world.

With over 50 National and International papers and publications including co-authorship of the design manual "Low Energy Buildings in Australia", along with the active public and architects' under and post graduate, as well as professional development education programs, has provided the credentials for his appointment as Adjunct Professor in Energy Studies at Murdoch University. He established a Master of Science in Environmental Architecture Course at Murdoch University that started in 2006. It was intended as a collaborative program planned to be networked with UWA, Curtin University and possibly in the future UNSW along with strategic linkage to prominent overseas universities.

Since 1978 Garry has been a long time stalwart for solar energy applications and a member of ISES. He was the author of the ANZSES section history in 2005. This was published in two international volumes for the 50th year celebrations of the Society. In 2011 he took over as WA State President to rejuvenate the society and help engage with the younger generations and make it more relevant for he 21st century.

In 1984 he was the co-author with Sam Paolino of a design manual for solar, “Low Energy Buildings in Australia Vol1 Residential”. It was based on a computer analysis tool called TECTO developed by Garry in 1978. Also in 1978, he invented the Tecto pergola, a slatted timber solar pergola system with assistance with the Forest Industries Association. These are still widely used by the architectural practice and by others who have copied or plagiarized the idea.

In 2006 he was awarded an Order of Australia (Member of the General Division, AM) for his services to Architecture, and the cause of energy efficiency. The following year he was selected by the AIA to head a ‘Sustainable Architecture’ lecture tour in all major towns and cities in Australia to help lift the focus for architects. He was made a Life Fellow of the Institute that year as well.

Since 2006 apart from winning another architecture award for the solar designed beach house at Eagle Bay, and a Master Builder’s award for a affordable transportable home design, he has concentrated in developing the Ecotect-Architects firm expanding it to include new partners and associates that can engage with the next generation of professionals. He has also expanded his Adjunct Professor role with the School of Engineering at Murdoch University with research into the longevity and carbon implications of solar water heaters.


In 2011 his company Wise Earth P/L invested in a solar water heater factory, know as ‘Sola-Kleen’ as a way of being hands on with the technological side of sustainability in the built environment. In 2012 he fully bought the business and has set up Wise Earth Solar Technology (W.E.S.T. Holdings P/L) with the mandate to expand the range of architectural quality solar systems including the ‘sola-kleen’ copper made solar water heater, to new emerging technologies such as solar ventilation and air conditioning, connected to PV.

He has established an R&D lab in the factory to ensure ongoing product improvement and new IP. Linkage to the universities to ensure continual innovation is an obvious strength of using Garry Baverstock’s knowledge, professional and industry contacts. For further information and biography see the following websites: