Eco-Friendly Contemporary Residence in Montreal, Canada

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

As we head into the future, designers and architects are become increasingly concerned with building materials. Both are doing their best to build home that are not only stunning in design, but also have a small carbon footprint.

The latest residence, dubbed Ecologia Montreal, is the perfect example of this. Designed by the team at Gervais Fortin, this modern dwelling is aiming for a Platinum LEED certification. The Montreal, Canada based home was built with sustainable design in mind, but without sacrificing contemporary design.

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