Re:vision Architecture is a deep green architecture and sustainability/LEED
consulting practice that was founded in 2002 to re-vision and restore the balance
between natural and built environments. With buildings consuming 40% of the
land, water, energy, and raw materials used globally, development presents
the single largest opportunity for changing the sustainability equation. For this
reason, Re:Vision specializes exclusively in green building and sustainable
development projects that demonstrate how to take less from the planet (fewer
natural resources, less energy, less pollution) and give more to people (more
daylight, comfort, health, beauty, prosperity).

Re:Vision is a mission-driven Professional Corporation with offices in Philadelphia,
PA and Berkeley, CA that serve a national clientele and share emerging best
practices from both coasts. As a company, Re:Vision is a founding B-corporation
that has demonstrated comprehensive and transparent social and environmental
performance standards. Re:Vision’s interdisciplinary staff is comprised of architects,
planners, engineers, and interior designers--all of whom are LEED accredited and
have in-depth experience working on sustainability issues at all scales. At Re:Vision,
sustainable design is not a premium service…it is simply all we do.

Services Provided
Green Architecture and Planning, Sustainability and LEED Consulting, Community Engagement, Research and Training

Areas Served
Contact: Re:Vision Architecture
Location: 133 Grape Street
Philadelphia, PA 19127
Commented: Is there a name for how the shelves are built into the walls? We call them Custom Built-ins.
November 18, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Where do I find the house plans for this Nagy house? Thanks~ Hi JoNell, please see attached jpg of floor plans. Since we have been getting a lot of requests to check out the floor plans, we uploaded the plans to the project profile. Let us know if you have any questions....
September 18, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Do you have any photos of the porch from the driveway? Thanks Phase II of the project is underway and you'll notice in the attached photo that the owners wanted to build a studio on top of the garage. Once we have final photography, we will update the project profile....
September 18, 2014 in Photo Questions  
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