ULI Nashville hosts Handel Architects for a Passive House Power Hour

Discussion focused on the adaptability of the Passive House standard.

Last week, Principal Deborah Moelis, Senior Associate Ryan Lobello and Associate Katie Donahue joined ULI Nashville for a discussion on the benefits of Passive House design, including how the Passive House standard can help cities all over the country meet increasingly stringent energy codes.

They explored the adaptability of the Passive House standard by comparing three of Handel Architects' current Passive House projects: Sendero Verde, a 100% affordable residential building in East Harlem, NY; Student Residences at the University of Toronto Scarborough, a Passive House dormitory designed to house 718 first-year students; and Winthrop Center, 1.8M sq. ft mixed-use tower comprising of residential, office, and retail space, located in Boston.

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