Continuing Education: Zero Energy Houses - Architectural Record

Front façade of a Carroll Gardens home with large black dormers and transom and a white dog on the stoop.
Rear yard of a Carroll Gardens home with an elevated rear deck, and large sliding glass doors leading into the first floor.

Architectural Record highlighted our Carroll Gardens Passive House project in "Continuing Education: Zero Energy Houses."

The article discusses how or passive house strategies unlocked the 16-foot-wide house, and how the addition of a rooftop solar array allows the home to approach net zero energy.

Addressing the environmental impact of the built environment is integral in fighting the effects of climate change throughout the United States.

Read it below:

Continuing Education: Zero Energy Houses

By now this salient fact has been hammered into architects’ heads: buildings account for nearly 40 percent of carbon emissions. But most professionals don’t know how to change that number fast.