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Sustainable Environmental Design


Nature is not a place to visit, it is home (Gary Snyder)
Environmental design starts with the land and embraces the local community to sensitively accommodate our built environments. Land, people, buildings—that is the order. Its primary pursuit is to attain the sacred balance between the earth, its natural systems and people—to support and heal our planet and therein ourselves.

Successful environmental design is achieved when communities are actively involved in their own planning, design and construction processes. This includes self-building to maximize local resources, materials and  labour and minimize waste.To preserve the delicate environmental carrying capacity of a particular place, sustainability means sometimes saying no to development.

Sustainable design acknowledges our temporary stewardship of the planet, "living in ECOilibrium" with the natural world within its limits. It denotes healthy habitats and vibrant communities, while recognizing the important inter-relationships that are essential to maintaining clean air, soil, water, and the environments that sustain life.

Sustainability puts the health of nature’s ecosystems before all else.
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Rob Sieniuc, M.E. Des. (Architecture), BA, AIBC
Principal, Broadway Architects (Rob Sieniuc + Associates)
Architects & Environmental Designers   Vancouver, BC, Canada
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Broadway Architects, Vancouver, BC specialize in sustainable environmental design - green architecture, green building and sustainable community planning. Our ecologically based architecture and environmentally designed planning projects are diverse: commercial, recreational, residential and eco planning projects for communities, government, green resorts, First Nations and the private sector throughout Western and Northern Canada.

 
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