Participating Projects


Radiance Cohousing

475 Avenue L South, Saskatoon, SK

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Radiance Cohousing is a friendly, green community located in the heart of the Canadian prairies. The 9-unit townhouse development was completed in 2018.
The project uses a cohousing ("collaborative housing") development approach, is designed to meet Passive House building standards, and incorporates sustainable landscaping techniques. By combining cohousing with environmental design, this project showcases what's possible in terms of sustainable infill housing in cold-climate, urban settings.


1020 Legacy Way

1020 Legacy Way, Whistler, BC

Developed in the Resort Municipality of Whistler, the apartment building consists of 24 units on 4 floors over a single level of parking built and certified to Passive House standards. There is a mix of 1 bed and 2 bed rental units with a common laundry area. The gross floor area is 17,859 sq.ft. (1,659 m2) achieving a FSR of 1.14. Parking includes 27 surface and underground vehicle spaces with EV stations wired in. In-suite bicycle storage is provided in each unit. The building is owned and operated by the Whistler Housing Authority as part of the municipality's affordable housing inventory for housing Whistler's workforce.


Bay Beach Passive House

4423 Erie Rd, Ridgeway, ON

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Bay Beach PH was designed as a home for a lovely couple looking to retire and ensure low energy costs on a fixed income. It was determined early on that the design and construction would target Passive House Certification, be all electric (with the exception of an exterior bbq) and be solar ready. The clients also wanted to connect the design to the local agricultural heritage, which drove the form, materiality and aesthetics of the building as a modernized "barn". ph43 Architecture designed the Bay Beach PH to be a Passive House level home for ageing in place with all main spaces located on the ground floor. The building was constructed by evolve builders using a pre-fabricated envelope built and installed by Lowry Building Construction. The clients just started living in the home, and to sum up their experience so far "It's a fun house to live in!"


Clayton Community Centre

7155 187A Street, Surrey, BC

The City of Surrey is developing a new community hub in Clayton that integrates arts, library, recreation, and outdoor spaces in a single facility. Clayton Community Centre is a place where the community can connect with their neighbours to play, read and make. Completion of Clayton Community Centre is estimated for summer 2020.

Designed in partnership with HCMA Architecture + Design, Clayton Community Centre will feature social spaces for people to hang out, relax, and communally work.