• This Frank Lloyd Wright Home Is a Model of Universal Design

    Gwendolyn Purdom |

    Nearly 30 years after Congress passed the Americans With Disabilities Act in 1990, accessible-design advocates say there’s still plenty of work to be done to make the built environment just as accommodating for people with disabilities as it is for everybody else. But Erick Mikiten, a California architect with a specialty in universal design, points out one striking example of accessible design from which homeowners, other pros and accessibility champions could learn a lot. And it predates the ADA by more than three decades.

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  • Zero-Energy Buildings for All

    Daniel Hall |

    Buildings need renewables—but we need to look beyond the site.

    No man is an island, and neither is a building.

    And yet there is increasing movement for buildings to reach net-zero energy (NZE) or net-zero carbon (NZC). Architecture 2030 wants all buildings there by 2030.

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  • Busted! Don’t Believe These Myths about Green Designing!

    CATHERINE PORTER |

    Busted! Don’t Believe These Myths about Green Designing!

    Global warming is a reality that we are faced with, but we can still all play a role in protecting the environment. People across the country are growing increasingly aware of their role in reducing their carbon footprint. Due to this, many people now choose green design to construct their homes.

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  • Announcing The New Website

    Daniel Hall |

    We are delighted to announce the launch of our new website!

    Our new website provides our existing and prospective clients a simple yet interactive view of our work and the services we offer.

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  • New Website Under Construction

    Daniel Hall |

    New Website Coming Soon!

    We are currently revamping our website. Our new website will be interactive and mobile friendly!

    Watch this space for updates. Just few more weeks to go!

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  • New Project Up Soon!

    Daniel Hall |

    green renovation architect Toronto

    This week we wrapped up a project that has been under construction since April. This moderate renovation to a semi detached home in the beaches was really fun to work on because our clients were great design collaborators.

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  • Kitchen Design

    Daniel Hall |

    green renovation architect Toronto

    You’ve decided to renovate and know you want a great new Kitchen

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  • Pre-Purchase Reno Review

    Daniel Hall |

    green renovation architect Toronto

    Architect Daniel Hall, O.A.A., LEED AP specializes in Green Design and renovations to older houses. With over 30 years of building experience Daniel can answer all your questions in a personally tailored Pre-purchase Reno Review before you make an offer.

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