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9-20-2021 | News

The Miller Hull Partnership Designs a Sustainable Home Overlooking Puget Sound

At times, renovating a home can prove more challenging than starting over from the ground up, especially when it comes to putting sustainability first. But the architects and designers behind The Miller Hull Partnership thrive on such a mission. To transform a 1960s Mid-Century Modern home overlooking Washington’s Puget Sound into the first Living Building Challenge 4.0 Certified remodeled residence, the team paid careful attention to details, inputting net positive energy and water systems and selecting each material to minimize environmental impact. “Creating a Living Building is not necessarily more challenging than any other project, it is just that it demands we shift our thinking and revalue different aspects of our projects,” says Chris Hellstern, Living Building Challenge services director at The Miller Hull Partnership. “Living Buildings require a more integrated design approach, which always leads to better solutions with our expert members of the design and construction team.”

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