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Frank Llyod Wright Inspired Parry Sound Cottage

At Coolearth we are currently working with a couple to build their retirement home just outside of Parry Sound. The clients were attracted to Coolearth because of our sustainable specialization as well as portfolio of modern homes.  At the first design consultation they brought arm fulls of books on Frank Llyod Wright’s houses: and we […]

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Opening Reception for Contact Photo Festival – This Saturday

The opening reception for “On Toronto’s Water” is fast approaching this Saturday.  Just a reminder that you and a guest are cordially invited to the Opening Reception for Toni Skokovic’s “On Toronto’s Waters” photography exhibition as part of this years Contact Photography Festival. The opening is May 7th from 6-9pm at Coolearth’s office and storefront gallery at […]

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Call for Proposals for Passive Building Show August-September 2015

Coolearth Architecture is calling for proposals for their storefront Gallery space that explore passive buildings.  Selected entries will be displayed in August and September at 386 Pacific Avenue, in Toronto’s Junction.   Proposal Statement: Much is made in the media of “smart” buildings which are wired and connected throughout, which move and twist in response […]

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Thank You to Everyone Who Attended the Opening

A huge thank you to everyone who came out to the opening reception of “Toronto System” by Shawn Micallef. We hope you enjoyed the photography and the junction-wide event. The show will be up until May 31st, swing by!!     Best Wishes and Thanks again for making the opening such a success.   The […]

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Shawn Micallef – Contact Photography Festival

We are excited to announce that we are hosting Shawn Micallef’s “Toronto System” photo-series as part of this years Contact Photography Festival.   Shawn Micallef explores Toronto leaving a trail of tweeted and instagramed photos behind him. These photos sometimes have people in them, but often don’t. They are an oblique aggregate of the city’s […]

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Presentation at the OAA’s 2030 Course – Ottawa

Coolearth Principal Sheena Sharp speaking at the final session of the OAA 2030 Courses in Ottawa.   The 2030 courses are designed to help Ontario Architects create buildings that meet the energy efficiency goals of the 2030 Challenge and offer strategies to reach 60% reduction in fossil fuel greenhouse gas emissions.  Sheena spoke at the […]

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OAA Perspectives – Sheena on Energy Models

  . This fall’s OAA Perspectives, a magazine published by OAA for its members features an  article by Principal Sheena Sharp on Energy Models. In it, Sheena highlight the power of using energy modeling as a tool to drive design and decision making. She also discusses questions about the accuracy of energy modeling and outlines how to choose the […]

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Faces in the Crowd

Heda Sharifi’s exhibit Faces in the Crowd is being taken down this week after a succesful and well-received showing for the Contact Photography Festival.   Thanks to Heda for his great vision of the city’s residents.  The refreshments and delicious gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches by Randall from “Cut the Cheese“. We look forward to next years […]

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Faces in the Crowd by: Heda Sharifi

You are cordially invited to a public reception hosted by Coolearth Architecture, for Faces in the Crowd an exhibition of Toronto street photography by Heda Sharifi on May 3rd from 6-9pm in the Junction.   Faces in the Crowd is a series of black-and-white photographs depicting scenes and portraits of people on the streets of […]

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