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2014 Green Home of the Year Awards

2014 Green Home of the Year Awards

This year, our expert panel of judges evaluated nearly 40 projects on a range of criteria, including overall sustainability, resilience, affordability, synergy with the environment and surrounding neighborhood, and the depth of building science employed. We are proud to present such an exemplary array of green homes.


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Desert Rain

This residential compound strives to become the first residential project in the U.S. to meet the rigorous requirements of the Living Building Challenge.

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Bellasol at Rosecrest

A production builder teams with an architecture firm to design and build the first net-zero-energy production home in Utah.

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Karuna House

An unconventional Passive House utilizes an innovative wall assembly to achieve a superior envelope.
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GROW Community

This community off the coast of Washington State connects health and happiness with sustainability.

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The Charleston Lowcountry Charm Home

Beneath this traditional-looking home lies a radically efficient building envelope.

 

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Honda Smart Home US

A net-positive, high-tech home on a California college campus demonstrates sustainability to the next generation of leaders.

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Stream Belmont

A new multi-family building in Seattle is on track to earn LEED Gold for its site selection, energy efficiency and environmentally considerate finishes.
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River Falls Eco-Village

These compact, super-insulated homes showcase a systematic approach to affordability.

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Pumpkin Ridge Passive House

With a HERS score of 5, this Passive House is poised to generate more energy than it consumes.

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