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Thank you for attending the Passive House Canada Conference. The presentation slides are now posted below - please click on the session to see the pdf files of the slides.

Your certificate of participation has been emailed to you.  If you have not received it, please email gabriela@passivehousecanada.com 

Professional Development: 
PHI Credit Points: 16 - ID: V159-2018-CA
AIBC: Up to 10.75 Core LUs, & 1 Non-Core LU for Conference Sessions / 1 Core LU for BCIT Event / 4 Core LUs for Vancouver Project Tour / 2.75 Core LUs for Whistler Project Tour
BC Housing (HPO): Up to 11 training hours



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Allison Holden-Pope

ONE SEED Architecture + Interiors
Architect + Principal
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Allison founded ONE SEED in 2008 in order to pursue evocative and sustainable residential design. The exploration of new concepts for modern and green housing continues to be the foundation of the practice ten years on.  She was an early adopter of green practices, getting registered as a LEED AP in the early 2000s.  She has been a vocal advocate for Passive House since taking the Passive House Design and Construction course in 2012.  She helped shape Vancouver’s Passive House Bylaws and designed Vancouver’s second certified Passive House to go through permitting. Current projects include several Passive House projects in urban and rural locations with a focus on prefabrication, as well as using sustainable materials and reducing plastics, such as foam and vinyl in construction.

As a registered architect, Allison loves to geek out on technical envelope details and is involved locally pushing to ‘green-ify’ municipal bylaws and local construction practices.  She holds a Masters in Architecture Degree from McGill University in Montreal, and has worked in residential and commercial architecture firms in Montreal, Calgary, and Vancouver, accumulating a broad range of project experience.