Sustainable Residence in Montreal Harmonizing The Inhabitants' Emotional Level
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Sustainable Residence in Montreal Harmonizing The Inhabitants’ Emotional Level

Aiming for a Platinum LEED certification (rating system for high performance green buildings), this modern residence designed by Gervais Fortin (from  Ecologia Montréal) was developed using healthy, local and little polluting materials. Sustainability is one of the key features of this home in Montreal, Canada: “The team demonstrated that it’s possible to build an ecological house without sacrificing the contemporary design. All the materials were hand-picked from the most Eco-responsible suppliers of Quebec”.

According to the architects, an innovation was achieved through this project: ” Ecologia Montréal is the first house in Quebec to integrate the BioGeometry ™ science, to control electromagnetic fields, to consider the energy of the earth and to infuse domestic water, in a vortex which enhances bio-photons. The combination of all these factors, harmonize the emotional, vital and spiritual levels of the home and of its occupants”. What is your stand on this new technology and its future effects on the industry of interior design?

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Collect this idea Aiming for a Platinum LEED certification (rating system for high performance green buildings), this modern residence designed by Gervais Fortin (from  Ecologia Montréal) was developed using healthy, local and little polluting materials. Sustainability is one of the key features of this home in Montreal, Canada: “The team demonstrated that it’s possible to […]

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  • Jacinda October 18, 2012 at 22:25 PM Login to Reply →

    Wow, how much extra did they get suckered to pay for the woo-woo hippie bullshit?