The WHA Passive House Employee Apartments

The WHA Passive House Employee Apartments is a 24 rental unit, multi unit residential building (MURB) located in the Cheakamus Crossing Neighbourhood in Whistler, BC.  At the intersection of Legacy Way and Mount Fee Road, the building is situated on a narrow, corner lot directly adjacent to a 2 storey rock cliff to the east.… Read more »

Cheakamus Crossing Passive House Plus Residence

Situated in Cheakamus Crossing, the 2010 Olympic Athlete’s Village area, this building will be home to a young and active family, accommodating their outdoor orientated lifestyle. A 140m2 PV array located on the roof allows this project to be certified under the ‘Passive House Plus’ standard. The site -built wall assembly consists of a 2×6… Read more »

Alta Lake Passive House

Alta Lake Passive House

Alta Lake Passive House is a luxury Passive House building that encompasses many innovative features. It was architecturally designed and decorated to show that a Passive House can be stylish and attractive. It was designed to be extremely energy efficient in a higher altitude mountain setting and prove a furnace is not required. It uses… Read more »

Lost Lake Passive House

The first Passive House building in Canada, Lost Lake Passive House was originally Austria House, built for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Located at the main entrance to Lost Lake Park, between the upper and lower villages and a short walk from the Village Stroll, the building was first used to host the Austrian Olympic Committee… Read more »