New Zealand's first passive house, designed by Jessop Architects, is a finalist in the single-family home category. Photo by ECOWINDOWS, Raglan, New Zealand.
Courtesy of ECOWINDOWS, Raglan, New Zealand.
Kimmo Lylykangas Architects designed three two-story passive houses in Espoo, Finland, near Helsinki, as a pilot project for the Finnish social housing company TA Asunnot. Photo by Kimmo Lylykangas Architects.
Courtesy of Kimmo Lylykangas Architects.
The three units in the Belfield Homesare the first certified Passive House homes in Philadelphia. Designed by Plumbob, the project is a model for low-income urban infill development, providing sustainable homes for those who can least afford to absorb rising energy costs. It is a finalist in the single-family home category. Photo by Sam Oberter Photography.
ArchitekturWerkstatt Vallentin designed this seminar and apartment building in Goesan, South Korea, which is a finalist in the educational buildings category. Photo: ArchitekturWerkstatt Vallentin.
Courtesy of ArchitekturWerkstatt Vallentin.
This multi-family structure in Berlin, designed by Deimel Oelschläger Architekten, is a finalist in the apartment buildings category. Photo by Deimel Oelschläger Architekten.
Courtesy of Deimel Oelschläger Architekten.
Ryall Porter Sheridan Architects designed this artist's studio in Orient, New York, on the North Fork of Long Island, to conform to Passive House standards. It is a finalist in the office and special-use buildings category. Photo by Ty Cole Photography.