From Small to Extra Large: Passive House Rising to New Heights

New York Passive House 2018

Mayor Bill de Blasio has called climate change “the challenge of our generation,” and New York City has responded to this challenge by committing to achieving greenhouse gas reductions of 80% by 2050. “The leadership shown by Governor Cuomo and New York State to make bold emissions reductions commitments is vital to solving the climate crisis,” says former Vice President Al Gore.

It is exciting to see the application of Passive House evolving from small single-family homes to extra-large skyscrapers. New York Passive House is committed to advancing policy that recognizes the critical contributions of low-energy, high-performance Passive House buildings to support our state’s clean-energy transformation.

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Passive House in the Urban Context
New York’s Path to Scaling Up Passive House

Barry Price Architecture
BarlisWedlick Architects
King + King Architects
Tom Paino
Steven Bluestone
North River Architecture & Planning
Spruce Mountain
Greenspring Building Systems

Rochester Passive House Consulting
DiPietro Builders
a.m. Benzing architects
Buck Moorhead Architect
The Turett Collaborative
Ryall Sheridan Architects
Rountree Architects
Shawn Torbert
Das Studio
Paul A. Castrucci Architect

ZeroEnergy Design
Baxt Ingui Architects
Jane Sanders Architect
CO Adaptive Architecture
ChoShields Studio
Scott Henson Architect
Brace Enterprises
Lindsay Architecture Studio
Cycle Architecture + Planning
Ryan Enschede Studio
Caliper Studio Architecture

Handel Architects
Association for Energy Affordability
JBS Project Management
Magnusson Architecture and Planning
Zakrzewski + Hyde Architects
Urban Architectural Initiatives
Curtis + Ginsburg Architects
Trinity Mid Bronx Development
Steven Winter Associates

Becoming the Standard

Flixo—A Learning Curve Worth Navigating
Spring 2018