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Greystone Village on Oblate lands will seek LEED community status

It’s official: Main Street is going green.

Although the pastoral Oblate lands along the Rideau River are facing massive change, developer The Regional Group and builder eQ Homes announced Tuesday that the mixed-use community planned for the 26-acre site just south of the Queensway, which has been touted as a green project from the beginning, will be seeking LEED-ND certification. 415 more words


New York City's Sustainable Furniture Makers

When buying furniture, it’s easy to consider the look, feel, and function of a piece. For the environmentally-conscious, however, sustainability is an equally important factor.  When I am not purchasing second hand or antique furniture because of their higher quality and sustainability factors, I always ensure that the businesses I purchase from maintain sustainable building and trade practices.   596 more words

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Styled Canvas Q&A - Donnell & Day Architecture

Lovely to be featured on Styled Canvas this week! I spoke with Mel about Sustainable Architecture and answered a few questions about how it can be both achievable and affordable. 20 more words


Up on the roof: Montrealers moving up and out for summer

Flat Montreal rooftops can be transformed into urban oases – but architect Owen Rose warns homeowners to involve the right kinds of professionals, and to be willing to wait out lengthy municipal permitting processes. 1,064 more words


Welcome Susan Cozzi

We are excited to welcome Susan Cozzi to the Monogram team as our New York Design Center Manager.

Following a career in publishing, Susan received her degree in interior design from the… 119 more words