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GO LOGIC
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The GO Home Passive House
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photovoltaic panels also help offset electricity costs. The house isn’t net zero, but it's close. A common misconception is that solar photovoltaic panels
discharge.) Pratt points out that it's possible for him to make the house net zero, though it's not a lifestyle he wants to develop. “People play the game
If you don’t turn on supplemental heat and never cook, you can achieve net zero easily. This approach isn't for everyone. In GO Logic homes, you can still
photovoltaic panels also help offset electricity costs. The house isn’t net zero, but it's close. A common misconception is that solar photovoltaic panels
discharge.)Pratt points out that it's possible for him to make the house net zero, though it's not a lifestyle he wants to develop. “People play the game
“Windows with drywall and sill” — Lori Postlewait
Hudson Street Design
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Sea Ranch Residence
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company for credit. Eric says calculations show that the house should be net zero, but they haven’t lived in it long enough to be certain.
company for credit. Eric says calculations show that the house should be net zero, but they haven’t lived in it long enough to be certain. From this view
company for credit. Eric says calculations show that the house should be net zero, but they haven’t yet lived in it long enough to be certain. From this
“ape” — ovinovdesign
Kaplan Thompson Architects
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Earthship Farmstead
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shading systems contribute to the passive solar design, making this a net-zero home that is certified as a Passive House and LEED Platinum. See 6 amazing
shading systems contribute to the passive solar design, making this a net-zero home that is certified as a Passive House and LEED Platinum.
shading systems contribute to the passive solar design, making this a net-zero home that is certified as a Passive House and LEED Platinum.See 6 amazing
“textures / gambians ?” — idesigns
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Paradigm Unit @ Greenbuild Conference
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Paradigm is designed with the goals of net-zero water, net-zero energy and LEED Platinum certification. Available as modules or as turnkey options, three
net zero...zero Co2
“Pods” — bluedogonaboat
ZeroEnergy Design
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Passive House Retreat
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compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture | ZeroEnergy Design Construction | Aedi Construction Photos | Greg Premru Photography
net zero house. This house rooooools. It
net zero house. This house rooooools. It is increds.
There's several things we like about this house - "Passive House Retreat" by ZeroEnergy Design.
2. Rhode Island ZeroEnergy Design (ZED) used traditional agrarian aesthetics for inspiration
“Fiber Cement” — 6311sunshine
ZeroEnergy Design
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Passive House Retreat
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compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture | ZeroEnergy Design Construction | Aedi Construction Photos | Greg Premru Photography
house — one heated primarily by the sun. Horowitz is a principal architect at ZeroEnergy Design (ZED), a firm that specializes in energy-efficient architecture
Horowitz, architect and managing director at ZeroEnergy Design, has worked on projects ranging from net-zero coastal retreats to homes that are certified
“studio Moffit toronto passive house” — airplanelaur
Moger Mehrhof Architects
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Bragg Hill
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Love the red; natural landscape; tin roof; "net zero" concept
systems, passive ventilation and reclaimed barn wood. “The house isn’t quite net zero,” Moger says, “but it’s darn close.”
systems, passive ventilation and reclaimed barn wood. “The house isn’t quite net zero,” Moger says, “but it’s darn close.”
“Roof windows” — swissoma
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
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supertight envelope. Ideally, houses following Passive House (and stricter net-zero) guidelines absorb enough heat from the sun and other sources to eliminate
supertight envelope. Ideally, houses following Passive House (and stricter net-zero) guidelines absorb enough heat from the sun and other sources to eliminate
“light color wood” — 1rkh
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