November 5, 2014

International Passive House Days: See the future with 475 this weekend

IPHA Days475 is happy to be an active participant in this year’s International Passive House Days event, happening Friday-Sunday, November 7-9. From our office happy hour this Friday afternoon in our Brooklyn headquarters (that you are all invited to – RSVP here), to projects we’ve been actively involved in across the country, we hope you can see us and our products in action. If you haven’t been in a Passive House before – this event is a great opportunity to do it.

Below is a list of projects/events you should visit if you can. If you are a customer participating in this Open House Days event but don’t see your listing, please let us know ASAP and we’ll get you added to the list. Note that days and times vary for each location – be sure to confirm details for each.

Don’t wait for the future – step into it this weekend at these locations


  • Home, Otisfield, ME, by Maine Passive House. Details here.
  • Home, Northport, ME, by Colibri Architects. Details here.
  • EnerPHit Home, Northport, ME by Ecocor. Details here.
  • New home, Surrey, ME by Ecocor. Details here.

New Jersey:

  • New home, Ramsey, by Bleu Nest, River Architects and Baukraft Engineering.  Details here.
  • EnerPHit home, Long Branch by Shown Torbert.  Details here.


  • New home, Scranton, PA, by Richard Pedranti Architect. Details here.

Upstate New York:

  • EnerPHit Home, Saugerties, by 475 High Performance Building Supply. Details here.
  • New home, High Falls, by Wendy Ing. Details here.

New York City:

EnerPHit townhouses

    • Upper West Side, Manhattan, by Janus Welton, Oleg Slivinsky and Greenstreet Inc. Details here.
    • 8th Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn, by Baukraft, J’s Custom & Red Top Architects.  Details here.
    • Bergen Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn, by Jane Sanders Architect & Build with Prospect. Details here.
    • Prospect Place, Crown Heights, Brooklyn, by James Wagman Architect, Baukraft & J’s Custom Contracting. Details here.
    • Green-Stuy, Bedford Styvesant, Brooklyn,  by Bettina Johae and Daniel Herskowitz. Details here.
    • 6th Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn, by Build with Prospect. Details here.
    • Climate Change Rowhouse, Long Island City, Queens, by Thomas Paino. Details here.

EnerPHit Multi-Family

    • Home-Stay & Passive House, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, by Dominik Eckenstein. Details here.

New Multi-Family

    • R-951, Prospect Heights, by Paul A. Castrucci Architect. Details here.
    • 255 Columbia Street, Red Hook, by JBS Management and Loadingdock5. Details here.
    • 138 Sackett Street, Columbia Waterfront, by Marshall Sohne.  Details here.
    • Bright n Green, Brighton Beach, by Scarano. Details here.

We hope you can participate!




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