Hurricane Island Field Station

Hurricane Island Field Station


Jan 20, 2016

In addition to the master plan recently developed for the Hurricane Island Foundation, GO Logic developed a design concept for a small, off-the-grid field station to be situated on the coast of a 13-acre island in the Penobscot Bay. The existing structure, currently used for storage, needs to be rebuilt to accommodate expanded educational programming,…

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GO Logic Receives Maine Technology Institute Seed Grant

GO Logic Receives Maine Technology Institute Seed Grant


Jan 11, 2016

We are proud and excited to announce that GO Logic has been selected as one of Maine Technology Institute’s Seed Grant recipients this fall, along with 14 other groundbreaking Maine companies. Maine Technology Institute’s raison d’être is to advance Maine’s economic and technological standing and to expand job growth within the state by injecting a…

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Stop Motion Video of Passive House Construction

Stop Motion Video of Passive House Construction


Dec 30, 2015

Interested in seeing how a Passive House is built? If you have 2 minutes, you can watch the whole process, from foundation to siding, through one of the worst winters in recent record! This amazing stop-motion video was created by one of our clients, photographer Josh Gerritsen of Donkey Universe Farm. Josh shot over 25,000 photographs over the course of…

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GO Logic Community Involvement Leads Belfast Towards Net Zero

GO Logic Community Involvement Leads Belfast Towards Net Zero


Dec 21, 2015

The City of Belfast, Maine recently installed a 122kW solar electric system on a capped landfill, previously the city dump. This will be one of the largest municipal solar installations in the state. The reuse of the landfill to generate 20% of the electricity used by the city is another demonstration of the forward thinking…

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Masters of Architecture

Masters of Architecture


Dec 9, 2015

GO Logic is pleased to have our Little House on the Ferry project featured in this month’s issue of Maine Home + Design. The December Architecture Issue celebrates architects and their projects from around the state.

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Passive House Wall Section Development, Part III

Passive House Wall Section Development, Part III


Dec 2, 2015

Having covered the basics of our previous wall designs, we should probably start to tell you all about what we’re building now. What follows is good for all: a tonic for the energy nerd, free advice for the builder, and the promise of reduced cost and complexity for the homeowner. In the prefab wall panels…

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Passive House Wall Section Development, Part II

Passive House Wall Section Development, Part II


Nov 16, 2015

When ­­­­­a client stepped into our office looking for a cost-effective micro house for their property, we knew our first prefab project had just walked through the door. The program called for a single level, 600 sq. ft. open floor plan. A simple layout meant that the house could be constructed with only five panels;…

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House on a Knoll featured in The New Small House

House on a Knoll featured in The New Small House


Oct 27, 2015

Our House on a Knoll residence, completed in 2011 (also known as our 1000 square foot predesign plan) has consistently been one of our most inquired about projects. It has been featured in magazines and books, including The Best of Fine Homebuilding: Small Homes, Cabins & Cottages and Fine Homebuilding’s Energy Smart Homes. Most recently,…

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AIA New England Design Award for Little House on the Ferry

AIA New England Design Award for Little House on the Ferry


Oct 21, 2015

GO Logic is honored to have been awarded an Honor Award from the AIA New England Design Awards for our Little House on the Ferry residence! This prestigious award recognizes “excellence by New England architects, and projects in New England by architects beyond the region.” Recently featured in Dwell Magazine, Little House on the Ferry is…

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Sheldon Calvary Camp

Sheldon Calvary Camp


Oct 13, 2015

Unlike a the compact residential cube one might imagine when thinking of a typical passivhaus, the newly designed dining hall at Sheldon Calvary Camp (SCC) is an expansive 9000 sq ft building in Conneaut, Ohio that will include conference facilities and great views of Lake Erie. SCC is working with GO Logic to innovate form…

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