Passive House DC
Passive Houses save up to 90% of household energy. And the planet. David Peabody Architects designed the first in the Washington, DC area that not only has good looks, but brains too.
Passive House in the Woods
The Passive House in the Woods is a 3-bedroom, 1,940 square foot, two-story single-family home with walkout basement level, and a rooftop terrace. Commissioned by a private client, this home is the first certified Passive House in the state of Wisconsin, and at the time of completion one of only 5 Passive Houses in the United States.
The First Passivhaus Public U.S. School Building
The Center for Energy Efficient Design (CEED) in Franklin County, Va., is the first public school (K-12) in the United States designed to the Passivhaus building performance standard. This demonstration lab and learning facility situated at the edge of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, showcases a variety of renewable, sustainable and energy efficient features.
The O’Neill Passive House Retrofit
Located just blocks off the plaza in historic downtown Sonoma, PassivWorks has built the first Certified Passive House™ in California and the first Certified Passive House™ retrofit in the country.
The Waldsee Biohaus
Over 6 years of operation in Northern Minnesota (climate zone 7 with 10,000 plus HDD) and averaging less then 35kWH/m2yr - Passive House works!