Alnoba

Alnoba



This 13,684 square foot sustainable retreat center in New England combines traditional timber-frame design and construction with a high-performance building shell, and includes event, educational and exhibition spaces.

Townsend Street Multi-family

Townsend Street Multi-family



GO Logic is a design and sustainability consultant for a new 322-unit, near-net-zero rental apartment project in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood. Tapped for its expertise in Passive House residential and institutional design, GO Logic joins a design team led by Studio G Architects, along with consulting architect the DREAM Collaborative and landscape architect Ground Inc. Construction, on…

Warren Woods Ecological Field Station

Warren Woods Ecological Field Station



GO Logic was commissioned in 2013 to design and construct the Warren Woods Ecology Field Station and Cabins for the University of Chicago. Completed in the spring of 2014, the field station is the first Passive House certified laboratory in North America.

Cornerspring Montessori School

Cornerspring Montessori School



The Cornerspring Montessori School, founded in 2001 in Belfast Maine, is undertaking an exciting project with the design and construction of a new 6,100 SF school. On a 35-acre site near downtown Belfast, the new school will provide programs for students ranging from toddlers through elementary, and will be built to the highest standards of sustainability, on target to be certified as a Passive House.

Sheldon Calvary Camp

Sheldon Calvary Camp



Sheldon Calvary Camp Committed to community, faith, and the outdoors, the historic Sheldon Calvary Camp, a youth camp in Conneaut, Ohio, is working with GO Logic to develop a 9000 sq ft dining hall. The new building will serve as a hub for the cooking and dining needs of campers and visitors, and will include…

Bellwether Farm, Ohio

Bellwether Farm, Ohio



GO Logic, in collaboration with Ann Kearsley Design, created a master plan for a sustainable camp and retreat facility that encompasses all aspects of the 140-acre site’s development, including a working organic farm. The overall goal is for the site to achieve a net-zero level of performance for the buildings and facilities with energy use offset by onsite renewable resources including solar PV and biofuel production.

Field Station, Hurricane Island

Field Station, Hurricane Island



GO Logic developed a design concept for a small off the grid field station for the Hurricane Island Foundation, located on a remote, 138-acre island a dozen miles off the coast in Penobscot Bay.

Terra<em>Haus</em> Student Residence Hall

TerraHaus Student Residence Hall



TerraHaus is a 2,100 square-foot student residence hall built on Maine’s Unity College campus. Completed in 2011, TerraHaus is the first Passive House–certified residence hall in North America, and was awarded a 2012 AIA New England Design Award, 2012 Evergreen Award from Eco-Structure magazine, EcoHome’s Grand Award, and a Builders Choice award from Builder Magazine.

Good Will-Hinckley School

Good Will-Hinckley School



A recent recipient of the AIA Maine COTE Sustainability Awards, the Good Will-Hinckley School at the Maine Academy of Natural Sciences is a renovation and addition of an historic masonry structure to house additional classroom facilities on its campus near Skowhegan, Maine. GO Logic collaborated with Harriman Architects + Engineers in 2014 to propose a design concept for the addition and renovation based on Passive House principles.