Canadian Green Building Council Ask the Expert

Demandez à l’expert : Tom Kolbasenko, architecte écologique et membre de notre groupe de formateurs.

 https://www.cagbc.org/Archives/FR/AsktheExperts/Tom_Kolbasenko.aspx

150 Sparling Court OAKVILLE ON

Recent Private Residence designed by Our Cool Blue Architects  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJSf8fDmuHY

OCBA Wins Best Design/Implementation of a Surface Parking Lot

https://www.building.ca/design/toronto-parking-facility/1003733260/

Our Cool Blue Architects think outside the box of sustainable design!

http://gbssmag.com/2015/10/much-more-than-green/

“I beg young people to travel.  If you don’t have a passport, get one.
Take a summer, get a backpack and go to Delhi, go to Saigon, go to Bangkok, go to Kenya.
Have your mind blown - Eat interesting food - Dig some interesting....

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DOCUMENTARY

Check out a documentary made by Jordan Gruber on sustainability feauturing Our Cool Blue Architects founder Tom Kolbasenko

Award Magazine Green Goes Mainstream, December 2007

Son of billionaire Toronto homebuilder goes green

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/home-and-garden/architecture/son-of-billionaire-toronto-homebuilder-goes-green/article17586552/

Going Green Pays Off- the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College

Kolbasenko says that adaptively the 115,000- square foot school was a key move for the CMCC. The school's existing pool and gymnasium allowed the CMCC to have these facilities at a fraction of what it would have cost if they were new.
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CAMP KAWARTHA

In the summer of 2009 the students of Fleming College's 2009 Sustainable Building Design and Construction program, completed the construction of the Camp Kawartha Environment Centre designed by Our Cool Blue Architects
This innovative centre will be hosting environmental programing....

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PROFILES IN SUCCESS 2011

OUR COOL BLUE ARCHITECTS was featured in 2011 Milton's local Profile in Success magazine.

A year in the life of Earth's CO2

NASA revealed an impressive video showing the impact that house gas emissions has in our blue planet. A world on fire could be a more appropriate title for this 2006 video clip where it shows the great difference of carbon monoxide in the northern hemisphere.

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