Archive for the ‘Passive House’ Category
Join us for the 2015 Art-A-Whirl Open House. Experience a Passive House retrofit and beautiful artwork from gifted Minnesota artists at the same time! We are opening our doors for all three days of this year’s Art-A-Whirl, THE art crawl in Minneapolis. View great art in a Passive House environment in the heart of the NE arts district: […]
Introduction to the Passive House Building Energy Standard I will be lecturing at the U of M again this year—giving students an introduction into the World’s leading energy standard for buildings. 3/5/2013: 1:00 – 2:15 PM Architecture building.
Save the date. I will be lecturing on the Passive House Building Energy Standard at this year’s Better Business Better Buildings Wisconsin Conference on Friday, March 13. Check it out.
I will be lecturing at this year’s Better Buildings Better Business Wisconsin Conference. My topic is “Passive House in Cold Climates”, and the lecture is on Friday, March 13 from 12:45 until 3:45 pm.
TE Studio is excited to invite you to the fifth annual Passive House Tour in our region. Please join us for an opportunity to learn about and experience Passive House—the world’s most comfortable and energy effcient building standard. Two of our designs will be open to the public on November 8 and 9, 2014. Click for details. We look […]
Please Join Us For The 2013 International Passive House Days TE Studio is a co-founder and proud supporter of the local Passive House Alliance chapter. Please join us for an opportunity to learn about and experience Passive House—the World’s most comfortable and energy effcient building standard. Three of our designs will be open to the public on November […]
The Passive House Farm in July 2013.
Our Passive House in the Woods is part of an article in today’s Wall Street Journal on zero energy homes. The article is called “Stealthy Green Homes“.
I finally uploaded the most recent Passive House primer to Youtube.
Today’s mail brought us the official EnerPHit wall plaque for the MinnePHit House project. This building is officially one of the highest-performing retrofit buildings in a cold climate anywhere.