An alliance to build with a light touch
from Toronto Star
Imagine a house that makes you feel good. A house filled with fresh air, natural light and big, open spaces. Now zoom in on skylights that close themselves when it rains; temperature, ventilation and humidity levels that change with the touch of a finger; and a light, airy basement where children can play in comfort on the warm floor. Factor in planet-friendly, energy-efficient features and you've got an "active house." Canada's first such home — part of an architectural movement that began in Europe — was built in Thorold, ON, last year by home builder Great Gulf.
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