Post World War II homes of the 1950s and early 60s were tiny. For some, the challenge is finding more space while remaining in place.
Many cities across North America are adopting new city plans with targets for intensification. This is one way to increase home ownership.
For anyone planning a larger, multi-unit development, going passive or net zero is a game changer.
You've heard again and again that south-facing is the optimal orientation for a passive home. What if this isn't possible?
In this post, we turn our attention to the resilience offered by a passive home, and take a particular look at tornadoes and wind events.
We've gone for a light touch in our newly decorated net zero model home in Ottawa's rural West End.
Yes, we're opening the doors to our model passive home in Ottawa's West End tomorrow - we hope to see you!
A passive home is often likened to a thermos due to its highly insulated nature. Find out about the insulation we use in our homes.
A smart passive design is exactly where you need to start if you want a comfortable, affordable and future-friendly vacation home.
The Shooting Star offers a smart and very livable ground floor layout, and we've added an option with a walkout basement.
We're completing our short series on finding a builder for your passive house kit with thoughts on project management.
Did you know that our passive house kit can also be a prefab house kit for those wishing to build a modular or prefab home?