Planet Home: Season 1
A Leed house in Montreal
Season 1, Episode 5 • Documentary, 16-Apr-2015
Benoit Lavigueur heads a construction company based in Canada. He has not only built an exemplary house in many different domains, but also teaches families basic knowledge in order to take the leap and make relevant choices for their ecological house.
He therefore proves that eco-construction is accessible to all, and not just to an elite or to tech-savvies.
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