We had a great time at the conference. Lots of design and discussion, and visits to the beach. Really impressed by Pae White’s art: http://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/artist-pae-white-los-angeles-studio-article, and Interstice Architects urban installations. All in the setting of Julia Morgan’s stunning Asilomar Conference Grounds.
Check out the latest site photos from the Fabrikant house, the Koch accessory dwelling unit and the Lotus non-profit housing project.
Construction is well under way on the Fabrikant House. Interior finishes are in and the project is getting close to completion.
This Habitat for Humanity project has just received two awards. Both the main house and the ADU were awarded 2014 City of Santa Cruz Green Building Awards. Boone Low Ratliff Architects, Inc. also achieved a Habitat for Humanity 2014 Building Homes & Hope Partnership Award for supporting affordable homes in Santa Cruz County.
Jacquelyn Low has passed the rigorous international exam to become a Certified Passive House Designer. She took the international passive house training course from the Passive House Academy staff fall 2011. “I am thrilled to have passed this exam. It is excellent training and I’m a greener Architect having achieved the certification.”