PrizeHonorable Mention in Architectural Design / Green architecture
Firm LocationToronto, Canada
CompanyKearns Mancini Architects Inc.
Lead ArchitectJonathan Kearns
Design TeamJonathan Kearns, Lead Design Architect; Rick Sealey, Architectural Technologist; Kelly Fisher, PH & Energy Modelling Specialist; Mike Godawa, Integral, Mechanical and Electrical Engineer; Shawn Brummell, Builder; Adam Cronk, Green Giant DB, Energy Recovery Ventilation; Ken Williams, Foxblocks, ICF Floors and Walls; Kevin Miner, Fabritek, Laminam Cladding Contractor
ClientSpike Capital Corporation
Designed for short stays and interaction with the surrounding landscape, Endymion exists as a comfortable, healthy, and resilient multi-generational guesthouse that functions flexibly and efficiently. Simple, yet alluring in form, its setting, orientation and window placements were strategically positioned to harvest the sun’s energy, vital to its success as a low-energy home. Applying the Passive House methodology, Endymion acts as a catalyst, inspiring individuals to design long-lasting enclosures that encourage a comfortable, healthy, and infection resistant living environment.