Lean, green award-winning machines
The Ottawa Citizen, October 25, 2012
There are multiple honours for an eclectic group of entrepreneurs, who arrived in Ottawa with little, yet built successful companies that have changed the skyline
The Ottawa Citizen, October 15, 2012
On the banks of Ontario’s Rideau River, a spacious open-concept farmhouse imparts quaint pastoral charm with a chic, modern touch.
Style at Home, September 2012
Clever design marries traditional Ottawa with a West Coast vibe
The Ottawa Citizen, August 24, 2012
With a wealth of buying and finishing options to choose from, which ones are home buyers opting for?
The Ottawa Citizen, June 2, 2012
Large Georgian home leaves small enviro footprint
SABHomes, Spring 2011
Linda Chapman's eco-friendly home
Ottawa at Home, January 31, 2011
With an eye for style, Jane Nicholson turns a minimalist white box of a house into a warm and elegant home with a distinctly Parisian sensibility.
Ottawa Magazine, February / March 2009
Some might say Linda Chapman is ahead of the curve
Ontario Home Builder, Summer 2007
How to build an Eco-friendly house (PowerPoint)
Lecture session from the National Custom Home
Building Show & Conference 2006
October 28 & 29, 2006
U.S. architect and author Sarah Susanka is the spark plug behind a design movement to deliver modest homes packed with fine finishes and multi-functional rooms.
The Ottawa Citizen, August 4, 2001
Salvaged materials and energy efficiency paramount for "green" infill retail building.
Wood Le Bois, Spring 2001
International Design Magazine, February 2001
Designing for disassembly provides an innovative strategy for attaining environmental goals and building adaptability.
Canadian Architect, January 2001
Vince Catalli and Maria Williams
This extensive, and impressive, Glebe renovation won the 2000 Design Award from OCHBA
The Ottawa Citizen, December 9, 2000
The Globe and Mail, September 9, 2000
Private homes can easily adapt green building ideas from innovative Mountain Equipment Co-op store in Westboro
The Ottawa Citizen, September 2, 2000
Linda Chapman gets a lot of wisecracks about the three little pigs and straw houses: The huff-and-puff-and-blow-your-house-down variety. But she knows what the pigs knew and the wolf didn't.
The Ottawa Citizen, October 16, 1999
Aylmer couple builds a house to last - out of straw
The Ottawa Citizen, February 28, 1998