PHIUS awarded the finalists of the 2020 Passive Projects Design Competition during the annual Design Awards ceremony on Friday, October 30, 2020, capping a week of the PHIUS 2020 Passive House Hootenannies. Now in its sixth year, this juried competition recognizes exemplary passive building projects of all types and climate zones.
We extend special thanks to this year’s panel of volunteer judges: Tessa Bradford (Smith), Arathi Gowda, Shannen Martin, Graham Irwin, and Katrin Klingenberg.
The competition awards Winner and Honorable Mention designations in the categories of Single Family, Multifamily, Affordable, Commercial, School, and Source Zero as well as Best Overall Project and Best Project by a Young Professional (Under 35). Competition entries were judged on their strength in the following categories: energy performance, design, craftsmanship, use of healthy materials, level of difficulty for the given climate and site, and cost effectiveness of the Affordable projects.
The 2020 Finalists were awarded as follows:
MULTIFAMILY – WINNER
CPHC: Joe Giampietro + Greta Tjeltveit, Evergreen Consulting
Builder: Sloan Ritchie, Cascade Built
Architect: Brandon Nicholson, NK Architects, Brittany Porter, NK Architects
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