Energy Efficient Design Members (71)

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Jennifer Rugg

Roslindale, MA, United States

Guido Schuler

Hausach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Eliot Senor

Hartsdale, NY, United States

Pedro Palha

Lisboa, Portugal

John Barbato

Lewes, DE, United States

Tim Swinkels

Grand Rapids, MI, United States

Ruen Beane

Saint Augustine, FL, United States

Ivan Terreu Roche

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Tom Barrett

Chico, CA, United States

Albert Schinazi

Indianapolis, IN, United States

Sun Plans - D Coleman, Architect

Mobile, AL, United States

Brian Christensen

Boulder, CO, United States

Paul Scheckel

Montpelier, VT, United States

dale conner

Plano, TX, United States

Grant Dorris

Arrington, TN, United States

Adrienne Bashista

Pittsboro, NC, United States

Joel Greenberg

Austin, TX, United States

Tom "Doc" Brudzinski

Orrs Island, ME, United States

Discussion Forum

Whats the Consensus of this group Define "Energy Efficiency"

Started by Barry NewDelman. Last reply by John Nicholas Jan 16, 2014. 1 Reply

No More "Damn Architects!" - The Case for Integrated Design

Started by Chris Laumer-Giddens. Last reply by Dennis Heidner Jan 16, 2014. 6 Replies

Energy Efficient Design for the not so rich

Started by James McGarvey. Last reply by Greg La Vardera Apr 11, 2013. 7 Replies

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