Passive House Design, Consulting, Verification

Passive House combines ultra-low-energy usage with high indoor air quality to dramatically improve a building’s energy performance, thermal comfort, and occupant health.

Re:Vision works with Passive House standards as:

  • PH Designers — Re:Vision designs homes and commercial buildings to Passive House standards.
  • PH Consultants —Re:Vision supports other teams in achieving Passive House certification through design consulting, WUFI energy modeling, thermal bridge analysis, detailing reviews, and administrative coordination.
  • PH Verifiers and Raters — To confirm compliance with PHIUS+ standards, Re:Vision provides: pre-construction drawing reviews; on-site inspections and verification testing; REM/Rate energy modeling; documentation for Energy Star, Zero Energy Ready Home, and Indoor airPLUS.

Featured Projects

2074 York Street Residence – Philadelphia, PA

Role: Architect and Passive House Consultant
Passive House on a budget, achieving net-zero energy for core functions.

Silvergreen Residence – Bryn Athyn, PA

Roles: Architect, Passive House Consultant, Passive House Verification
Historically-sensitive design belies innovative construction with prefabricated wall and floor system, state of the art technology, and carefully selected low-embodied carbon materials.

Canterbury II Multifamily Housing – Rosedale, MD

Role: Passive House Consultant
250 passive house units within five multi-family buildings; includes solar canopies over parking areas to reach net-zero energy

Liberty 52 – Philadelphia, PA

Role: Passive House Consultant
Multi-family housing that includes supportive independent living for adults with disabilities.

Old First Church – Philadelphia, PA

Role: Passive House Consultant
Multi-family housing and overflow facilities for the adjacent church located in a historic district.

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