Five Passive House buildings recognized with 2022 Green Building Awards
An incredible five Passive House Institute-certified buildings were recognized with 2022 Green Building Awards late last month. The awards are part of Sustainable Architecture and Building (SAB) Magazine’s national program, which marked its 15th consecutive presentation in 2022.
SAB Magazine’s Green Building Awards recognize sustainable, high-performance building design in Canada across new and adaptive re-use projects, interior design and technical categories.
The strong presence of PHI-certified buildings in this year’s winning entries demonstrate the growing influence of Passive House on the building market across Canada. The versatility of PHI buildings is likewise showcased through the breadth of categories they are recognized in, from commercial buildings to large and small institutional projects and large and small residential buildings.
The winning PHI-certified projects are:
- Clayton Community Centre, hcma – Institutional (Large) Award / Prix institutionnel (grande taille)
- Gastown Child Care Centre, Acton Ostry Architects Inc. – Institutional (Small) Award / Prix institutionnel (petite taille)
- Fort St John 50-Unit Passive House, Low Hammond Rowe Architects Inc. – Residential (Large) Award / Prix résidentiel (grande taille)
- Kitsilano EnerPHit Duplex, DLP Architecture and Geography Contracting – Residential (Small) Award/ Prix résidentiel (petite taille)
- 1 Lonsdale, Hemsworth Architecture – Commercial/Industrial (Small) Award/ Prix commercial/industriel (petite taille)
Passive House Canada extends its congratulations to each of the Passive House winners, as well as all of the winners of this year’s competition.
View the full list of 2022 winners and projects.
Clayton Heights Community Centre