This project takes its inspiration from the natural qualities of its site: celebrating the forest; directing and distributing rainwater; and capturing the sun and the wind. These elements come together in a simple yet poetic expression of bioclimatic design.
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Low-tech design makes a sustainable home.
This project began with a suburban infill site in an established downtown west end neighbourhood of Moncton characterized by generic production houses. The intention was to create a custom-designed family home that responded to the opportunities of the site and neighbourhood context, while using “low-tech’ methods to maximize the benefits of passive solar design, natural lighting and natural ventilation.