Craig J. England is principal and founder of passive house 43 Architecture, a small firm dedicated to sustainable, low-energy buildings. He has provided advice and collaborated on improvements to building envelopes and sustainable design to clients/firms such as Bombardier, LGA Architects, Parry Sound District Social Services Administration Board, Tibetan Canadian Cultural Centre, and numerous private clients.He has been an adjunct professor in the Comprehensive Building Design studio at the University of Waterloo as their energy-modelling/sustainability advisor. He has delivered lectures on high-performance building strategies as a visiting critic/lecturer at Laurentian and Ryerson. His experience in analyzing design utilizing energy-modelling, and his passion for the environment led him to open his firm focusing on reducing the impact our built environment has on the natural environment.
Mohamad has been with ph43 since February 2019 after graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture from Ebla Private University in Aleppo, Syria. His thesis focused on a Multi-Unit Residential Complex incorporating sustainable design strategies to address energy use, transportation strategies, and urban planning. He is working towards licensure and is currently a registered intern with the OAA. Mohamad’s attention to detail and enthusiasm have been a great addition to the team at ph43!