Issue #8 of RANGE (Design & Living in Jackson Hole) showcases a modern aging-in-place home with respect for the landscape and unobstructed views of the Teton Range. Designed by architectural firm kt814, founded by Rich Assenberg and Nathan Gray.
“Of course we had a groundbreaking celebration,” Carol Schoner says as if it were as usual as filing for a building permit.
Wow! From more than 3,600 total submissions from 91 countries, the Accord Passive House project by North River Architecture & Planning is among the 32 house projects selected for the architecture longlist for the first Dezeen Awards,
At 2,250 sf, Delphi House is a Pacific Northwest Modern Passive House and a calm breath of fresh air.
New York-based studio, Baxt Ingui revitalized a brownstone in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, converting a two-family residence into a single family home.
Superstorm Sandy was a wake-up call for New York City that climate change is creating extreme and unpredictable weather. WNET has created the Peril & Promise initiative that features five different solutions New Yorkers have implemented to fortify their homes and businesses for the future in the hopes that they can serve as models for the nation.
We are proud to announce that Zola was recently recognized by Architectural Products Magazine with the 2017 Product Innovation Award (PIA).
We are proud to announce that Zola was recently recognized by Architectural Record Magazine with the Record Products Award.
With a passion for sustainability, Veronica Mainetti, President of Sorgente Group of America, is committed to developing and restoring buildings that are both luxurious and environmentally conscious.
Located in Brooklyn’s fashionable Boerum Hill neighborhood, 210 Pacific Street–designed and developed by NAVA Companies–features fullfloor through and half floor apartments that offer inspired living by way of sustainable design.
The new PanoramicView Lift & Slide door has been featured in the following industry publications.
Zola Windows now offers its PanoramicView Lift & Slide with greater design flexibility, slimmer frames and improved airtightness for high-performance building envelopes.
Nestled in a wooded area in the Pacific Northwest, the 1800 sf Passive Cedar Haus was built as a retirement home. The Artisans Group designed the layout of the home, mindful of aging in place, and working to ensure that the home blended in with the surrounding natural beauty.
Located in the heart of Tribeca, 6o White Street marries the epitome of high-end design and craftsmanship with the most exacting standards of architectural preservation and environmentally conscious construction.
Thermo Alu75 has been featured in the following industry publications. The Thermo Alu75 delivers tremendous value in a triple pane, thermally broken aluminum system.
At 1850 square feet, Prairie Passive is an extremely energy efficient two bedroom, two bathroom home with a bonus space in the basement. Designed for aging in place and accessibility, the unique floor plan optimizes views of the harbor despite the narrow lot.
The Thermo Alu75 delivers tremendous value in a triple pane, thermally broken aluminum system. With R-11 glass standard and R-15 quad glass optional, Thermo Alu75 can be offered in extremely large sizes. It is available as a Tilt & Turn window as well as Lift & Slide, french and entry doors.
The Thermo Alu75 from Zola Windows delivers tremendous value in a triple pane, thermally broken aluminum system. With R-11 glass standard and R-15 quad glass optional, Thermo Alu75 can be offered in extremely large sizes. It is available as a Tilt & Turn window as well as Lift & Slide, french and entry doors.
We recently delivered windows to a special house in Lake Placid, New York. The home is being built by Olympian couple Tim Burke and Andrea Henkel and is conveniently located right next to a cross-country ski center.
We are proud to announce that Zola was recently recognized by Architectural Products Magazine with the Product Innovation Award. Zola received this award for its industry-leading, quad-pane Zola Arctic line of windows. The Zola Arctic features R-15 glass and a VT of 64%.
LEED Platinum for Homes meets Passive House this September, as Manhattan welcomes its very first Certified Passive House. A Passive House is a building which optimizes indoor air quality, offers extreme thermal comfort to its tenants, and uses up to 90% less energy than a conventional building.
The values held in the Rocky Mountains and a Colorado family’s strong sense of community merged perfectly in the La Torretta Residence, a home which captures the breathtaking views offered by Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and features Zola’s Classic Clad and Classic Wood lines of windows and doors.
Located on a steep site with dramatic views, the house design takes cues from the surrounding topography. The house seeks to integrate into the landscape in a respectful way. It is set into the slope of the ridge, the building “steps down” working to become part of the landscape rather than be an intervention in opposition.