Principal Deborah Moelis to host live webcast on Passive House Dormitory Design

Data Published May 04, 2020
Category Sustainable Design & Passive House
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Webcast on May 19th and 21st to explain why Passive House is an ideal choice for dormitories and student residence halls.

Passive House design is proving to be a logical choice when designing and constructing university dormitories. This approach reduces energy use by up to 60%, provides a clear pathway toward lowering carbon emissions, increases the resiliency of the building, and dramatically improves indoor air quality to align with university values in sustainability, student health, and lower operational costs.

On May 19th and 21st at 4pm, Deborah Moelis AIA, CPHD will host a webinar discussing the benefits of Passive House design and how it is integrated into Handel Architects’ dormitory work. Sharing case study analyses of The House at Cornell Tech, the world’s largest Passive House university building, and the design of a new 750-bed dormitory for the University of Toronto Scarborough, she will demonstrate how each is setting a new bar for performance and healthy living.

View our Passive House case studies HERE!

To register for the webinar, please click HERE.

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