Ty-Histanis First Nations Neighbourhood Development

Ty-Histanis First Nations Neighbourhood Development

Ty-Histanis is a sustainable neighbourhood, developed by the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation. The development of single-detached units, duplexes, and multi-family buildings is designed to reduce energy consumption by 50% through a district energy system using renewables, while protecting 40% of the development site for undisturbed natural habitat. Light House facilitated design charrettes and workshops, conducted a […]

546 West 13th Avenue

546 West 13th is an innovative redevelopment project by Purpose Driven Development for the Soroptimist International of Vancouver. The project aims to provide affordable rental homes for workforce women, senior women, and women-led families, addressing the gap in women’s housing needs. The project, lead entirely by a team of highly qualified women, is the first […]

Royal Oak – Visioning Session

Light House led the sustainability vision for the Royal Oak BCGEU project in Burnaby, BC. The project comprises two towers on a shared podium with non-market housing, office space, childcare, café, and conference center, situated next to the Royal Oak Skytrain Station. Light House ran a half-day workshop encompassing embodied carbon, waste, water, resilience, community […]

Hy-Tech Sustainability Visioning

Light House provided a sustainability visioning session for Hy-Tech Drilling Ltd. to identify sustainability goals and opportunities for their industrial facilities’ expansion in Smithers, BC and Saskatoon, SK. The two-day session brought in the client and project design team to define core sustainability goals, including GHG emission reductions, net zero water and energy, zero waste, […]