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Flechas Architecture
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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Flechas Architecture Sep 22
Not all ready buildings are created equal. buildings are so efficient, that the limitations described in this infographic are almost null. By using 10% of the standard energy consumption, Passive House eases the way to .
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Flechas Architecture Sep 21
Following our clients' holistic approach to the land, our design for this abattoir adheres to the Passive House standards, a first of its kind in BC in 2010. Learn more about this project on our website:
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Flechas Architecture Sep 20
Take a look at Voss, a family oriented development in Altadore tackling the low supply of mid-density, family oriented developments in Calgary's inner city.
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Flechas Architecture Sep 19
DYK: an eco home and a green building are not the same thing. Click to learn more about the differences.
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Flechas Architecture Sep 18
In almost a week from now we’ll be sharing updates on Alberta’s first Passive House commercial building: the Valleyview Town Hall. Don’t miss our afternoon session at
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Flechas Architecture Sep 17
The not-so-hidden costs of affordable housing. High-quality building leads to long-term savings.
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Flechas Architecture Sep 15
Take a look at Voss, a family oriented development in Altadore tackling the low supply of mid-density, family oriented developments in Calgary's inner city.
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Flechas Architecture Sep 14
According to a recent report by , over 70% of consumption-based GHG emissions come from utilities and housing, capital, transportation, food supply and government services.
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Flechas Architecture Sep 13
We must do our best to meet the Paris agreement, Earth can't wait any longer.
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Flechas Architecture Sep 12
Because beauty and sustainability isn't a zero-sum game, sneak-a-peak into the house of the future (page 34-42), a home built to last (via ).
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Flechas Architecture Sep 11
Your drafty, cold in the winter/hot in the summer, heritage home doesn’t have to be so. This retrofit of a victorian home is the living proof,
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Flechas Architecture Sep 10
Our project in the Town of Valleyview is almost complete! Learn more about the team behind what might become Alberta's first certified civic building.
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Flechas Architecture Sep 8
Green building is one of the key elements to high resale value. Build for the future, choose
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Flechas Architecture Sep 7
Learn more about the important role of design for affordable housing in this inspirational video via
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Flechas Architecture Sep 6
Using to improve indigenous housing is key to ensure the housing stock will be high-quality, sustainable and affordable for many years to come. BC is already doing it.
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Flechas Architecture Sep 5
Choosing should be a no-brainer, like wearing a better jacket in the winter (video via )
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noel keough Sep 4
should be the Calgary standard. AN easy win for addressing climate change. don't need millions is speculative research, just do it.
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Flechas Architecture Aug 31
: Passive House is a great way to keep your tenants cool, and it doesn't break like a/c.
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Flechas Architecture Aug 31
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Flechas Architecture Aug 30
Our project in the Town of Valleyview is almost complete! Learn more about the team behind what might become Alberta's first certified civic building.
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