Kelvin Humenny of North Vancouver has created inHabit which designs, builds and installs small prefabricated dwellings for art, music, work and living. Could be a good for a place like Whistler or a cabin that is in need of an extra room.
Wow, 3 environment posts in a row.
I saw this article linked on Brenda Russell's blog talking about an article that Garry Marr of the Financial Post. He questions if Canadians will spend more for 'green' homes?
The team over at ONNI is making unique use of some expensive land in downtown Vancouver. I was driving by the other day and noticed this sign on Pacific Street: