Bridport, VT | 2013
In 2012, VIA designed this 2,200 square foot net-zero energy (ready) home on a southwest facing hillside in Bridport, Vermont. The house also has an attached two-car garage. It was designed to passive house standards with 12” cellulose-filled walls and 21” of insulation in the roof. It is 100% electric-powered and anticipates its partner solar panels to become net-zero. The house has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a powder room. It incorporates local materials (stone and wood) as well as healthy, minimally processed materials. Construction of the house was completed in November 2013.
Images by Vermont Integrated Architecture, P.C. and Oliver Parini