Innovative design embracing energy, environment, and lifestyle.

ZeroEnergy Design (ZED) is green architecture and energy consulting firm specializing in new construction and major renovations. Our commitment to innovative and ecologically sensible design is reflected in our multidisciplinary knowledgebase, which spans architecture, mechanical engineering and financial analysis. With this shared expertise, ZED originates designs that are tailored to a client’s lifestyle, environmental ideology, and unique sense of style.

We believe that great design should both elicit an emotional response and use less energy. Our designs are inspired by clients and the surrounding landscape, resulting in an architecture that is uniquely informed by both subject and place. We are also committed to designing homes that use 50% less energy than building code requires, in pursuit of energy independence.

Our suite of services is unmatched and includes full architectural design, photorealistic renderings through the design process, engineering of the mechanical systems, sustainability consulting, energy modeling with cost analysis, and green certifications such as Energy Star, LEED for Homes, Passive House, and others.

Call us today to discuss your project.

Service Provided
Green Architecture, Mechanical Design, and Energy Consulting

Area Served
New England, Tri-State Area, and beyond...

Certification and Awards
Best of Boston - Best Green Architect, EcoHome Design Award, Boston Society of Architects Citation for Sustainable Design, LEED for Homes GOLD, and many more....
Green Architect | Cape Cod & Boston
Winner | Best of Houzz 2014/2013

Contact: Adam Prince
Location: 156 Milk Street, Suite 3
Boston, MA 02109
Commented: Is it hard to keep clean? The use pattern is at the front of the tub facing the room, so it is no harder to clean than any other tiled bathroom.
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Commented: Fireplace model There is no insert, the fireplace was existing. The renovation included the new hearth, mantle, stone feature wall, and surrounding custom cabinetry.
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Commented: Where do you keep the toilet paper? There are two options, under the edge of the abutting sink (out of the photo) or on a stand that can easy be moved beyond any spray zone.
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