Buildings We Love
The difference better built homes & buildings can make
We're visiting homes and other buildings across B.C. that nicely combine aesthetics, energy efficiency and comfort.
A six-bed, 6,800-square-foot facility in the Cariboo is constructed with wood from Secwepemc traditional territory.
A six-storey combination retail/residential building is among Canada's largest using Passive House design.
An R-2000 home with a foundation made from insulated concrete forms in Chilliwack gets high marks for comfort over a hot summer in B.C.
New addictions treatment and mental health centre at Vancouver General Hospital will help meet community needs in an efficient way.
Electric baseboard heaters are enough to heat super-efficient 1,350-square-foot twin homes in New Westminster.
A home that looks very much like the others in an Agassiz subdivision has the ENERGY STAR® credentials to prove it definitely isn't.
An Okanagan builder of modular homes gets the 2017 prize home from East Vancouver to Naramata in six pieces.
The Haida Gwaii Hospital and Health Centre – Xaayda Gwaay Ngaaysdll Naay - brings five buildings into one, and in style.
A couple from Alberta do their homework before building a green home in Chemainus that will allow them to "age in place".