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Architect Jonah Stanford and author and consultant Andrew Michler have each designed some of the most energy efficient buildings in the West. They talk about what it takes to create a Passive House and where architecture will go next. Lessoned learned, informed opinions, and a brisk dialogue on the edge of environment and architecture.

Learn more about Jonahs works at NEEDBASED and read Andrew’s book [ours] Hyperlocalization of Architecture.

Arch Change. | 05 | The Net Zero Building Interview with Brad Liljequist

What is zero? Andrew heads to Seattle for the 2016 Living Future Conference and sits down with the director of the Living Building Challenge Net Zero Energy Building (NZEB) certification Brad Liljequist. Brad has just released the book The Power of Zero: Learning From the World’s Leading Net Zero Energy Buildings...
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Arch Change. | 04 | Beginnings of Passive House from Data to Doing Part Two

In our second podcast episode on the beginnings of Passive House  in North America (click HERE for the first) we talk about the process going from of learning the data to applying it to our own projects. Our experiance of learning Passive House turned many of our assumptions from years of building design...
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Arch Change. | 02 | SITE Santa Fe Expansion Part Two

SITE Santa Fe is poised for its largest expansion since it took over a beer warehouse in the early 1990s. In our inaugural podcast Jonah Stanford and Andrew Michler talk about the rich history of this ground breaking contemporary arts space and its connection to the quirky and quickly growing Railyard neighborhood in...
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Arch Change. | 01 | SITE Santa Fe Expansion Part One

SITE Santa Fe is poised for its largest expansion since it took over a beer warehouse in the early 1990s. In our inaugural podcast Jonah Stanford and Andrew Michler talk about the rich history of this ground breaking contemporary arts space and its connection to the quirky and quickly growing...
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