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Our work is Inspired by nature and guided by Passive House standards. We are respectful of the land and committed to a better, sustainable future.
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Druh Farrell Nov 17
How Calgary can become a climate leader while improving our economy. Sounds pretty good to me!
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Flechas Architecture Nov 17
Low carbon, low energy, highly efficient buildings. These are the winning projects of 's Top Ten Projects Awards.
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ʍǝɹpuɐ michler Nov 16
Talking about Passive House comfort in a chilly over glazed new LEED Platinum NZE confrence room with a big old steel post running through it to the outside is, um, awkward.
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Flechas Architecture Nov 16
Size does matter when it comes to and affordability. This is one of the reasons why simplicity is one of the guiding principles of . (via )
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Druh Farrell Nov 15
Plant a flower 🌸 garden, add flowering trees 🌳 & bushes to yards, avoid using pesticides, to help increase the bumblebee population. Leave some sections of the yard unmowed in summer & unraked in fall can also help.” 🐝
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Flechas Architecture Nov 15
These days mitigating the economic, social and environmental impacts of urbanization is no longer optional. Learn about the differences between , and building in our blog.
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Flechas Architecture Nov 14
The only solution to solar panel waste is . Being 90% more efficient than standard construction, the Passive House standard can reduce the amount of solar panels necessary for on site energy generation and ease the way to .
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Flechas Architecture Nov 13
Climate IS changing. For this reason, your next home should be future proof. Learn how is building for the future.
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Pembina Institute Nov 13
. is boosting rebates for homeowners & businesses. “Alberta is an energy province, and our investments in renewable energy have spurred unbelievable growth in the solar industry.” –
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Pembina Institute Nov 8
Tomorrow marks the grand opening of the Symons Gate Passive Haus from Calgary’s . The first passive house by a major Alberta builder will be open to the public this weekend. Find out more:
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Alex Maurer Nov 8
Valleyview Passive House PLUS project presented by w Marken D+C Consulting - first of it's kind in Canada
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Flechas Architecture Nov 8
There are no limits! Learn about the retrofit of a 500 year old building to the standard.
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Flechas Architecture Nov 8
Prepare your business for a carbon-neutral future, be mindful of your company's energy consumption and choose .
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Flechas Architecture Nov 7
Replying to @CillianCollins
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Flechas Architecture Nov 7
Earlier today at we talked about the Valleyview Town Hall, the first commercial building in Alberta built to meet the standard.
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Flechas Architecture Nov 7
DYK: Thanks to the support of the Valleyview Town Hall has been able to qualify for certification. With an installed capacity of 25 kW, this new facility in northern Alberta will reduce emissions by 17 tonnes/year.
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Flechas Architecture Nov 6
Targeting the doesn't only help with housing affordability, but also helps small business thrive.
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Flechas Architecture Nov 6
Still haven't had a chance to learn about the challenges involved in building the first certified commercial building in Alberta? Then you can't miss our Principal's session tomorrow at the Conference in Vancouver.
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Flechas Architecture Nov 5
Green building is one of the key elements to high resale value. Build for the future, choose
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Flechas Architecture Nov 3
The climate IS changing. For this reason, your next home should be future proof. Learn how is building for the future.
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