Posts in Gehrung+Graham
THE BROOMGRASS HOME

\Located in an intentional farming community in rural West Virginia, the design of the Broomgrass Home was informed by the client’s desire for a contemporary, sustainable, modular-built residence that incorporated Passive House principles, renewable energy systems, and methods of natural resource conservation.

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BATESVILLE NET-ZERO RESIDENCE

The architecture of the Batesville residence was inspired by the clients’ love for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian houses, and their wish for a contemporary design that integrated energy-efficiency and sustainable materials with warmth, sensually interesting textures, variety in spacial experiences and that provided great indoor-outdoor connections and views to the surrounding Virginia Piedmont and Blue Ridge Mountains.

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FOAL HOUSE + STUDIO

A two-part renovation project that transformed a leaky and dark 1980s ranch house into a living space that is light, airy, and energy efficient. Material finishes and details balance minimalism, economy, and sustainability to establish a healthy, warm, and serene interior. Designed to meet Passive House certification criteria, the envelope and slab are optimized to minimize air infiltration, enhance thermal performance, and eliminate thermal bridging while allowing water vapor diffusion. 

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THE TREE-HOUSE

Designed with health and energy efficiency in mind, the Treehouse Project also reflects the client's commitment to the natural world. A sun room graces the upper floor while the lower floor houses a plant conservatory, and a large deck was added to provide an outdoor living space that gives the feeling of being nestled up high among the trees

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