This WarmForm installation from 2019 has gotten some good press on design sites around the internet since the house was completed. See one at the Dezeen site.
A year ago your fearless WarmForm leaders, Scott Hedges and myself, were invited to participate in a Workshop organized by the Department of Energy’s Berkley National Laboratory. This workshop was all about taking innovators, who conventionally are not accustomed to explaining the significance of their work, and train them to explain it to others succinctly. […]
A great video by the BS (Building Science) and Beer youtube channel about building an improved energy performance house – not going all the way for the stringent Passive House standard, but rather what they describe as a “pretty good house”. The host Mike Maines describes the basics of this approach to building and architect […]
WarmFörm was featured in a virtual online Home Tour of the Michigan house highlighted in previous post here. Following the virtual tour the designer Architectural Resource posted the entire event as a video on YouTube. Presented here is a link to the segment focused on WarmFörm – if you enjoy it you can scroll back […]
One of our customers houses is featured this month in the trade magazine Builder. In an article by Symone Garvett she describes how the architects at design firm Architectural Resource used WarmFörm to save money on foundation construction, and start the house out on the right energy efficient foot.
An article in the April 2020 issue of Dwell by Grace Miller features a contemporary home built in upstate NY using the WarmFörm foundation system. The architect of this home returned to specify WarmFörm on a second project the following year – one of our earliest repeat specifiers.
The June/July 2020 issue of Fine Home Building magazine (#291) had an article giving general advice on how to achieve what has been called a “Pretty Good House” – which amounts to adopting better building practices in support of better energy performance without adhering to stricter formalized evaluation criteria such as Passive House or Zero […]
Those initials perhaps are insiders language for well known resources within the community of builders interested in quality and energy efficiency. Green Building Advisor, the green building website and resource, which is in turn owned by Fine Home Building magazine, and print title with an equally popular web site. Scott Gibson is a long time […]