PRODUCTS Magazine recently highlighted one of the most beautiful, historic buildings on which we’ve had the privilege to collaborate.
The CNN Business story, “Making an old home healthier for you and the environment,” showcases Baxt|Ingui-designed projects, including Garden Place, the first Passive House retrofit of an historic landmark building in New York City.
Home #2 “Well Insulated in Utah” and home #5 “Not-So-Big House in Oregon” in Houzz’s 7 Energy-Efficient Homes in Honor of Earth Day Tour both feature Zola Windows!
The next 10 years will likely be the most important in most of our careers. While it is a time of climate peril, it's also a time of unprecedented opportunity.
Park City Design + Build creates an indoor/outdoor, energy-efficient home for a Danish interior designer and her family.
Architectural Products magazine features Zola's Sanctuary Windows.
La Torretta, Italian for small tower, is a timeless residence in the heart of Steamboat Springs.
To gain a clearer perspective into the developing picture for windows and doors, Energy Design Update spoke with Florian Speier, Vice President and Head of Product Development at Zola European Windows.
This ultra modern home raises the bar with superior construction and features cutting-edge German “Passivhaus” energy standards.
Builder Magazine features the Madison Passive House; designed and built by the award winning Artisan Group, the project embraces its established Olympia, WA neighborhood through a welcoming and sustainable design.
Quintessential West Sonoma County living on a modest budget floating above a 22 acre existing vineyard knoll top site.
The entry door market is not lacking in options and solutions. Manufacturers are going further with customizable choices, additional performance attributes and yet still more to come
Sanctuary Glass was selected from more than 130 submissions in Architect Magazine’s Fall product call.
When your 2200 pound doors come in a 40’ container, the unloading process takes some planning.
Courtesy of Outside Magazine, see a video of climber Taylor Rees and fellow climber and filmmaker Renan Ozturk’s Park City home that sits at the intersection of modernity and sustainability
FHB House is energy-smart, connected, healthy and durable. It’s small and sensible.
Seattle based architect, Ryan Stephenson created this modern home in 2017, located on Washington’s Chuckanut Bay for a spirited couple and their dog. The home reveals new character around each corner and communes organically with the surrounding landscape.
In the third installment of the 2018 Fine Homebuilding House video coverage we take a look at the windows and doors chosen for the house and standing-seam metal roofing and cladding.
The November 2018 issue of Custom Builder Magazine features homes that meet Passive House standards that require less investment in solar to achieve net zero.
As both the family living in this beautiful new home and the owners of a local construction firm–G Christianson Construction–the homeowners wanted to be able to showcase their work to potential clients, as well as encourage other builders in the Corvallis area to aim for a higher level of sustainability.