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LADC Unveils Work on Modern Mountain Passive House in Nelson, BC

Posted By Elliot Chang On February 8, 2013 @ 5:00 pm In Architecture,Reader Submitted Content,Sustainable Building | 1 Comment

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LADC [1] (Lukas Armstrong, design + consulting) is building a medium density, intergenerational, certified “Passive House [2]” triplex in the vibrant and progressive town of Nelson BC. The Province of BC and the local energy provider, Fortis BC provided the firm with $75,000.00 in funding for the affordable sustainable housing project, which features expansive south-facing windows to soak up warmth and daylight in the cold winter months.

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