passive house prototype

We have been concerned for a long time that the affordable housing community's emphasis on size is not sustainable. It leads us to make larger buildings that consume more energy, out of less durable materials. We were thrilled when a client asked us to design a prototype single-family house for infill in low-income neighborhoods that addressed these issues. The house has a super-insulated envelope, is smaller, and uses durable materials. We are focused on occupant comfort, simple systems, upgraded materials, and a large reduction in energy consumption as a way of helping new homeowners avoid the increasing utility and building maintenance costs associated with home ownership.

passive house prototype

We have been concerned for a long time that the affordable housing community's emphasis on size is not sustainable. It leads us to make larger buildings that consume more energy, out of less durable materials. We were thrilled when a client asked us to design a prototype single-family house for infill in low-income neighborhoods that addressed these issues. The house has a super-insulated envelope, is smaller, and uses durable materials. We are focused on occupant comfort, simple systems, upgraded materials, and a large reduction in energy consumption as a way of helping new homeowners avoid the increasing utility and building maintenance costs associated with home ownership.

passive house prototype

We have been concerned for a long time that the affordable housing community's emphasis on size is not sustainable. It leads us to make larger buildings that consume more energy, out of less durable materials. We were thrilled when a client asked us to design a prototype single-family house for infill in low-income neighborhoods that addressed these issues. The house has a super-insulated envelope, is smaller, and uses durable materials. We are focused on occupant comfort, simple systems, upgraded materials, and a large reduction in energy consumption as a way of helping new homeowners avoid the increasing utility and building maintenance costs associated with home ownership.

passive house prototype

We have been concerned for a long time that the affordable housing community's emphasis on size is not sustainable. It leads us to make larger buildings that consume more energy, out of less durable materials. We were thrilled when a client asked us to design a prototype single-family house for infill in low-income neighborhoods that addressed these issues. The house has a super-insulated envelope, is smaller, and uses durable materials. We are focused on occupant comfort, simple systems, upgraded materials, and a large reduction in energy consumption as a way of helping new homeowners avoid the increasing utility and building maintenance costs associated with home ownership.

passive house prototype

We have been concerned for a long time that the affordable housing community's emphasis on size is not sustainable. It leads us to make larger buildings that consume more energy, out of less durable materials. We were thrilled when a client asked us to design a prototype single-family house for infill in low-income neighborhoods that addressed these issues. The house has a super-insulated envelope, is smaller, and uses durable materials. We are focused on occupant comfort, simple systems, upgraded materials, and a large reduction in energy consumption as a way of helping new homeowners avoid the increasing utility and building maintenance costs associated with home ownership.

passive house prototype

We have been concerned for a long time that the affordable housing community's emphasis on size is not sustainable. It leads us to make larger buildings that consume more energy, out of less durable materials. We were thrilled when a client asked us to design a prototype single-family house for infill in low-income neighborhoods that addressed these issues. The house has a super-insulated envelope, is smaller, and uses durable materials. We are focused on occupant comfort, simple systems, upgraded materials, and a large reduction in energy consumption as a way of helping new homeowners avoid the increasing utility and building maintenance costs associated with home ownership.

passive house prototype

We have been concerned for a long time that the affordable housing community's emphasis on size is not sustainable. It leads us to make larger buildings that consume more energy, out of less durable materials. We were thrilled when a client asked us to design a prototype single-family house for infill in low-income neighborhoods that addressed these issues. The house has a super-insulated envelope, is smaller, and uses durable materials. We are focused on occupant comfort, simple systems, upgraded materials, and a large reduction in energy consumption as a way of helping new homeowners avoid the increasing utility and building maintenance costs associated with home ownership.

passive house prototype

We have been concerned for a long time that the affordable housing community's emphasis on size is not sustainable. It leads us to make larger buildings that consume more energy, out of less durable materials. We were thrilled when a client asked us to design a prototype single-family house for infill in low-income neighborhoods that addressed these issues. The house has a super-insulated envelope, is smaller, and uses durable materials. We are focused on occupant comfort, simple systems, upgraded materials, and a large reduction in energy consumption as a way of helping new homeowners avoid the increasing utility and building maintenance costs associated with home ownership.

passive house prototype

We have been concerned for a long time that the affordable housing community's emphasis on size is not sustainable. It leads us to make larger buildings that consume more energy, out of less durable materials. We were thrilled when a client asked us to design a prototype single-family house for infill in low-income neighborhoods that addressed these issues. The house has a super-insulated envelope, is smaller, and uses durable materials. We are focused on occupant comfort, simple systems, upgraded materials, and a large reduction in energy consumption as a way of helping new homeowners avoid the increasing utility and building maintenance costs associated with home ownership.

passive house prototype

We have been concerned for a long time that the affordable housing community's emphasis on size is not sustainable. It leads us to make larger buildings that consume more energy, out of less durable materials. We were thrilled when a client asked us to design a prototype single-family house for infill in low-income neighborhoods that addressed these issues. The house has a super-insulated envelope, is smaller, and uses durable materials. We are focused on occupant comfort, simple systems, upgraded materials, and a large reduction in energy consumption as a way of helping new homeowners avoid the increasing utility and building maintenance costs associated with home ownership.

passive house prototype

We have been concerned for a long time that the affordable housing community's emphasis on size is not sustainable. It leads us to make larger buildings that consume more energy, out of less durable materials. We were thrilled when a client asked us to design a prototype single-family house for infill in low-income neighborhoods that addressed these issues. The house has a super-insulated envelope, is smaller, and uses durable materials. We are focused on occupant comfort, simple systems, upgraded materials, and a large reduction in energy consumption as a way of helping new homeowners avoid the increasing utility and building maintenance costs associated with home ownership.