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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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Flechas Architecture Dec 21
This is the future: 's Passive multifamily building project in Chicago, a zero-emission, zero-energy building.
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Flechas Architecture Dec 19
What does it take to successfully complete a project? From a well-suited procurement project, to an experienced team and supportive client, we were fortunate to have it all on our Valleyview Project. (article via )
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Flechas Architecture Dec 17
In 2019, indigenous Homes Innovation Initiative will provide $30 million for new builds. Applications are open to , Inuit and Métis innovators. This is a great opportunity to fund high-quality, energy-efficient & affordable housing
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Flechas Architecture Dec 14
What is the standard? This article on the sums it up succinctly.
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Flechas Architecture Dec 12
The standard is a great choice for co-housing and other affordable, community based housing projects. Passive House helps support efficient, high-quality homes that are cheap to run, maintain and operate.
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Flechas Architecture Dec 10
Finding low energy sources in remote communities in northern Canada remains a challenge when it comes to reducing emissions. principles could help overcome this challenge!
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Flechas Architecture Dec 7
Using garages for storage is a waste of space. Building secondary suites in these garages can help mitigate the housing affordability crisis.
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Flechas Architecture Dec 5
Kudos to , building the first student homes to use the standard. This shows the University's commitment to the environment and the preservation of our future. Plus, they'll save on long-term energy, operation and maintenance costs.
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Steve Cox Dec 4
I think you mean the second Passive House: This one is already certified.
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CHA Collective Dec 4
Excited to see CHAC member leading the charge with the first passive house! Check it out here:
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Flechas Architecture Dec 3
One of the winning projects of in the Architectural Design/Institutional Architecture, and Landscape Architecture/Outdoor Designs is a passive house pavilion with a green roof. Check it out!
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Flechas Architecture Dec 1
Learn the secrets to a home from . Remember that energy-efficiency is key to increase the feasibility of on-site energy generation.
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Flechas Architecture Nov 30
The future is energy efficient, leads the way (via ).
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Flechas Architecture Nov 29
The combination of location + energy efficient housing is ideal. If choosing the perfect location for your home wasn't in the cards, you can still choose to build .
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Flechas Architecture Nov 28
Amongst the several benefits of reducing Calgary's carbon emissions is a decrease in utility bills. The most efficient way to achieve this is through energy efficient housing, like .
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Flechas Architecture Nov 27
Everything you wanted to know about : the cost, the benefits, and how it works. (via )
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Joe Vipond Nov 25
“I find the people who think we are doomed to be very tiring and unhelpful,” he said. The most catastrophic outcomes can be avoided “if we are smart, and I think we are capable of being smart.”
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Flechas Architecture Nov 26
Case Study: "Treehouse" in the UK.
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Flechas Architecture Aug 18
Environmentally conscious couple describe the benefits that their home has brought into their lives.
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Flechas Architecture Nov 23
In poorly maintained buildings, a big chunk of the "other" expenses go to heating. The need of affordable housing in Calgary is imminent, we should ensure it's also energy efficient and easy to maintain.
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