Energy Saver

Posted on Nov 15, 2013 in In the Media

ATA_AzaResidence2ATA recently attended the open house for a new building we designed in conjunction with Ryerson University, the National Research Council of Canada and Autodesk. Located in Smithville, Ontario, the dwelling was designed to be as much a machine as an architectural stucture. And, from the swept delta form to the innovative battery in the basement, it was also designed to save energy.  The process used to develop the Aza house provided a glimpse into the future. Using simulations and fluid modelling systems in conjunction with Building Information Modelling, ATA was able to get a better idea of how the building would perform in real world conditions. The end result – a sustainable, forward-thinking and  aesthetically pleasing architectural structure – was enthusiastically received by all in attendance.