NIDO specializes in the design of the homes and buildings of the future - today.

To start, we ask the question of why does building sustainably even matter?  Wouldn't it be easier to continue like the industry has been doing it for years?  Yes, of course, but with the challenges we face in the world today we constantly ask ourselves how are our projects achieving true sustainability and do they have the ability to inspire others to also consider the bigger picture. 

​We believe that sustainable buildings, first and foremost, consider the health, comfort and well being of our clients but as well as our communities and the world as a whole.  With well over a million individual parts and pieces to even the smallest projects, we ask where did all of the materials come from, how were they made, what are the ingredients that they are composed of, and how do they impact both our clients health but those who were involved in the extraction, manufacturing, construction and even disposal when their useful life is over.  

Thoughtful designs are inherently energy efficient. By using Passive House principles we can reduce energy demand by as much as 75% over conventional construction. With the addition of solar panels this provides the possibility to generate all the energy you need on site, Net-Zero and even be Net- Positive with additional solar power to recharge electric vehicles. 


To achieve this shift we have created a complete process that disrupts convention to maximize performance and value. 

"The core function of any home or building is to provide a healthy, comfortable space for the occupants. As we develop a strategy for success on each project, we focus on proven principles including superinsulation, airtightness, high quality windows and doors, thermal bridge free design and superior ventilation systems. Great buildings are more than just a pretty picture, they are system of components expertly put together to enrich lives."

Brett Sichello


Registered Building Designer

Certified Passive House Designer

Clark brings a real-life practical knowledge of construction informed by years of working with a large construction company as both a project manager and architectural technologist.  With a goal to produce significantly better buildings, Clark took it upon himself to seek education in Passive House Design and Construction practices to eventually becoming a Certified Designer.  

Clark Webb

Senior Designer & Construction Specialist

Architectural Technologist

Certified Passive House Designer

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203 - 251 Lawrence Avenue

Kelowna, British Columbia

V1Y 6L2