Deer Haven Tour: Architect's residence goes LEED zero energy ready with warm modernism design

Join Evan behind the scenes for a tour of his personal residence that he designed to LEED (pending Platinum) & Zero Energy Ready Standards. A labor of love with a warm modernism feel that was designed with stunningly beautiful passive solar features and the landscape in mind. Join Evan for a personal exclusive tour of his home now!

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtOuBSUfZX7omRWK-cbKdOxklpKrN...

Lessons Learned

Review LEED BD+C V4 Homes EA Passive Solar Design in Action Articulate systems measured in LEED BD+C V4 Homes EA annual energy usage reductions

Know more about LEED BD+C V4 Homes EA Education of the homeowner and how it relates to operating at 50% net zero energy

Awareness of sustainable warm modernism design

Make sure to watch part 1 - 5 to take the entire tour and if you are looking to get CEUS download the quiz here and follow the submission instructions https://bit.ly/2LHo6fk

CEUS  - 1.5 hours

LEED APH

BPI

AIA HSW

Instructor Evan Mathison is a co-founding principal of MATHISON | MATHISON ARCHITECTS. Evan’s primary focus is concept design, project management, project development and office management. His work includes diverse public and private projects, ranging from complex renovation/additions projects to new construction and pre-fab design for residential, educational, civic, and institutional clients. Evan earned his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan College of Architecture and Urban Planning in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he was awarded a Raoul Wallenberg Travelling Fellowship in 2001. He moved to the East Coast in 2003 to attend Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he earned his Master in Architecture Degree from the Graduate School of Design in 2006.

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