Bryn Davidson

Architect Vancouver / Canada

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Bryn Davidson
Bryn Davidson is a LEED-accredited building designer, sustainability consultant and small business owner with degrees in Architecture (UBC) and Mechanical Engineering (UC Berkeley). Bryn is one of the co-founders of Lanefab Design / Build; a Vancouver-based design and construction company specializing in energy efficient green homes and laneway houses. In 2010 Lanefab built the city's first laneway house and in 2012 they completed the city's first 'net-zero' solar-powered laneway house. Lanefab is now completing their third solar lane house, and working on their first house to use "purple pipe" to distribute collected rainwater for toilets and laundry. In addition to his design work, Bryn freelances as a consultant working with both governments and businesses to address the combined impacts of peak oil and climate change. He has done scenario planning work for a wide variety of groups including the Southern California Association of Governments, TransLink, and the Rocky Mountain Institute in Colorado. Bryn is also a board member of the False Creek Watershed Society, where he has been part of a community team working to daylight an urban creek in Mt. Pleasant.
Bryn Davidson
Bryn Davidson
  • Address 202-175 E Broadway, Vancouver, BC Vancouver | Canada
  • Tel 6047280606

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Bryn Davidson is a LEED-accredited building designer, sustainability consultant and small business owner with degrees in Architecture (UBC) and Mechanical Engineering (UC Berkeley). Bryn is one of the co-founders of Lanefab Design / Build; a Vancouver-based design and construction company specializing in energy efficient green homes and laneway houses. In 2010 Lanefab built the city's first laneway house and in 2012 they completed the city's first 'net-zero' solar-powered laneway house. Lanefab is now completing their third solar lane house, and working on their first house to use "purple pipe" to distribute collected rainwater for toilets and laundry. In addition to his design work, Bryn freelances as a consultant working with both governments and businesses to address the combined impacts of peak oil and climate change. He has done scenario planning work for a wide variety of groups including the Southern California Association of Governments, TransLink, and the Rocky Mountain Institute in Colorado. Bryn is also a board member of the False Creek Watershed Society, where he has been part of a community team working to daylight an urban creek in Mt. Pleasant.