Ecosystem based Architecture is moving forward and East. Current projects include the restoration and rehabilitation of the CPR stationhouse in Nelson, BC, where a 4″ claybrick liner is presently being installed on the inside of the building in conjunction with 7″ of cellulose insulation.
In May we will start the construction of a new 2 bedroom residence in Procter, BC, which will feature our double brick wall with cellulose core. Last summers Hillhouse timber frame/brick double wall project performed really well during the following cold and long winter and we are looking forward to this years project. Stay tuned for more updates on the projects.
You will be able to catch teTradition – Ecosystem Based Architecture at this years Timber Framers Guild Conference in Manchester, NH on the August 8th weekend.
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