Brooklyn’s First Self-Sustained House Condo Building

Brooklyn’s First Self-Sustained House Condo Building
Design

Ultra energy-efficient apartment building is the first for the New York borough

Daniela Walker
  • 18 february 2015

R-951 is the latest residence in Brooklyn to boast Passive House credentials. Unlike the Brooklyn Passive House, which gutted an old masonry building and gave it new life, R-951 is a new building designed entirely based on Passive House standards, producing all the energy it consumes.

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