78 Third Place is a renovated townhouse in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn that is a Passive House Plus Certified home with photovoltaic panels on the roof.
146 Willow Street was originally built as a grand single-family home. In the mid-20th-century the house underwent a massive renovation that included chopping the interior up
This Passive House retrofit is the first certified Passive House project in NYC and a winner in the 2014 International Passive House Design Awards. The retrofit
“Artist Studio” (Orient/Long Island, USA), Ryall Porter Sheridan Architects (Photo Credit: Ty Cole Photography) This Artists’ Studio project on the north-fork of Long Island is one of
The Hudson Passive Project is an energy conservation project, a prototype home-of-tomorrow that demonstrates the energy-saving potential of residential architecture. The house was designed by BarlisWedlick Architects
This terraced house was built for a private client in the Village of Mamaroneck. The building is a 2 story wood frame construction with a masonry
This Passive House retrofit in Park Slope, Brooklyn, certified under the EnerPHit retrofit standards, was designed to maintain the home’s existing turn of the century brownstone
Brooklyn’s R-951: NYC’s First Building to Achieve Passive House Certification AND Net Zero Energy-Ready Certification
The R-951 Residence, a row house with three 1500-ft2 duplex condos that was designed by Paul Castrucci Architect, is the first building in New York City to
The home at 20 Garden Place was a two-family home in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District that Baxt Ingui Architects converted into a single family home.
From the outsider’s view, this is just another house on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. But this 8,000 square-foot Renaissance Revival rowhouse has more magic than what