If you’re like the The Turett Collaborative team, you’ve been working from home for months now. Maybe you have adapted to your windowsill as a desk, designated your bedside table as your filing cabinet, or accepted your couch as the break room. Working from home is something most of us are not used to, and… Read more
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Fall deck season is here! Construction on Wayne’s Passive House is complete. The next step to install the landscaping and bioswale.
What is a Passive House? You might not be familiar with the story of how I came to design and build a Passive House residence in Greenport, New York. Passive House is a rigorous, voluntary standard for energy efficiency in a building, which reduces the building’s ecological footprint. It results in ultra-low energy buildings that… Read more
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A few years ago I started to see more information on Passive Houses in a number of architectural journals. The concept was simple, design a house that was very well insulated and sealed allowing very little infiltration that would reduce the demand for heating and cooling. That was the way I understood it. Perhaps I… Read more
On site at the Turett Passive House in Greenport, New York, ship lapped cedar siding is beginning to be installed. Bill Winisky, the contractor is doing a great job mitering the corners.
Sight Unseen Offsite is one of NYCxDesign week’s most important places to discover the latest in independent design. It is curated annually by Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer of the eponymous www.Sightunseen.com. Here you will find a curated selection of team favorites from one of our favorite fairs!
ICFF and it’s satellite fairs are a can’t-miss weekend full of events for the design industry in New York and worldwide. Enjoy some of our team’s favorites from ICFF New York 2017!
It is quite impossible to consider the building one thing and its furnishings another. They are all mere structural details of its character and completeness – Frank Lloyd Wright