Located in Hudson Valley, about two hours north of New York City, the Hudson Passive House is a two-storey, three-bedroom, two-bath passive house blending into its beautiful rural surroundings.
As the first certified passive house in New York State, the house was designed by BarlisWedlick Architects LLC, built by Bill Stratton Building Company, and realized with the support of NYSERDA.
Its remarkable character is its old stone barn shape, the graceful bow-arch beams frame an open, loft-like living space.
Inspiration from architect:
A high-performance home that was both beautiful and quick to build. The house does not rely on external technologies like photovoltaics, wind turbines, or solar thermal hot water systems; instead, its high performance is almost entirely a function of its design.