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Located in the beautiful Hudson Valley, The Hudson Passive Project is on track to be the first certified passive house in New York.

Hudson Passive Project - contemporary - Exterior - Other Metro - Barlis Wedlick Architects, Hudson River Studio architecture,

Small great room with large windows | Usual House

See all photos in project: Hudson Passive Project Architect: Barlis Wedlick Architects

Passive house tv room via Dennis Wedlick.jpg

BarlisWedlick Architects LLC and Bill Stratton Building Company designed Hudson Passive Project, New York State's first ever officially certified passive house.

Hudson Passive Project | BarlisWedlick

Hudson Passive Project | BarlisWedlick

1000 square foot house GOLOGIC.US

Yesterday the preview… today the GOLOGIC 1,000 sq ft awesome floor plan, photos included…

Courtland Place Passive House - Seattle, Washington - Designed and built by Hammer and Hand project lead Dan Whitmore - the first and only Passive House in Seattle. This Passive House provides unprecedented comfort and quality while significantly saving on energy.

Designed and built by Hammer & Hand's Dan Whitmore, the Courtland Place Passive House is the first Passive House in Seattle.

Une #maison avec des performances énergétiques exceptionnelles !  #insolite #immobilier

Incroyable : cette maison consomme moins d'énergie qu'un sèche-cheveux

Amazing Passive Home in Freezing Wisconsin Uses Less Energy Than a Hair Dryer to Stay Warm! Read more: Amazing Passive Home in Freezing Wisconsin Uses Less Energy Than a Hair Dryer to Stay Warm

Cost of the installation to the middle class family: nothing The homeowner gets solar panels on their roof and a new reduced electric rate. Sign up available at solarvisit.com

U.S. Launches No Cost Solar Program For Middle-Class Homeowners

This passive solar home was submitted by Brian Knight of Springtime Homes. It is an efficient, passive and active solar home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

Passive solar rammed earth home

Rammed Earth Passive House and Zero Energy Projects #Passivehouse #Netzero #RammedEarth

Located on the underutilized back lot of a small rural subdivision, the Castleton Residence is a showcase for stabilized rammed earth as an exceptional local material for future housing in Ontario, Canada

Offering proven techniques for building homes that heat and cool themselves, this new, updated edition includes CSOL passive polar design software, making it easier than ever to heat a home with the power of the sun.

Home-Building: Planning & Design. Books to help you design and build an energy efficient and environmentally friendly house your own way.

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