What is the architectural potential of the Rocky Mountain west using Passive House methodology?
The sixth edition of our Passive House gathering coming up Tuesday, September 3rd. Registration link at the bottom of the page.
Out of the Box: Passive House Architecture in the age of the Anthropocene
Andrew Michler will give a tour of the emerging Passive House design archetypes being developed globally. From tiny to towers, hot to cold, and urban to rural, passive house design is not only extraordinarily adaptive, but in the hands of talented designers is beautiful and challenging. The summary will be on what is the architectural potential of the Rocky Mountain west using passive house methodology.
New to the roundtable?
We're on a mission to support and grow the building science community in the Rocky Mountain West. Creating a platform for discussion and connection between professionals working in high performance design and building in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Nevada.
Call in to our Zoom meeting with Lindsay Schack of Love|Schack Architecture and Andrew Michler of HyperLocal WorkShop, who are building the Passive House Rocky Mountains chapter of the North American Passive House Network (NAPHN) for a brief introduction to Passive House concepts, an update on recent project progress, and a look forward at advancements in building industry policy inspired by the PH community.
This is the sixth monthly meeting to share knowledge and discuss challenges, so bring your questions! We look forward to strengthening this community through this platform, so we’d love to hear your feedback as to how we can improve each session.
Introductions - We dare you to share your webcam.
Updates on PHRM organization, upcoming trainings, upcoming webinars and conferences.
Out of the Box presentation with Andrew Michler.