Warren Woods Ecological Field Station in the New York Times!

Warren Woods Ecological Field Station in the New York Times!


Nov 27, 2014

GO Logic is excited to have been featured in today’s edition of the New York Times!  Sandy Keenan wrote a fantastic piece about our Warren Woods Ecological Field Station project for the University of Chicago.  She interviewed Joy Bergelson of the Department of Ecology and Evolution and GO Logic architects about the design and construction process for…

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COR-TEN and Passive Dacha

COR-TEN and Passive Dacha


Nov 25, 2014

Construction is moving quickly toward completion on a new project, the Passive Dacha. In Russian, the “Dacha” is a retreat home set away from urban areas providing a connection with nature. Set on a beautiful open meadow in Mid Coast Maine, the Passive Dacha certainly accomplishes this task! We are excited about our first use…

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Passive House from Coast to Coast!

Passive House from Coast to Coast!


Oct 30, 2014

The Passive House standard appears to be taking the US by storm, as evidenced by the two most recent Passive House Conferences, one on each coast. The 9th Annual North American Passive House Conference took place in San Francisco in early September.  Alan Gibson traveled west to present our Warren Woods Ecological Field Station project,…

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MaineBiz Recognizes GO Logic in Supporting Maine’s Economy

MaineBiz Recognizes GO Logic in Supporting Maine’s Economy


Oct 17, 2014

Matt O’Malia and Alan Gibson are honored to be named among MaineBiz’s “Ten People Shaping the Future of Maine’s Economy”. Within their October 6th issue, MaineBiz presents their “Next List”, a series of articles highlighting creative thinkers, business people and innovators from across the state that are creating jobs and gaining recognition.  “Logical Development: GO…

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Quincy Bay Residence In Construction

Quincy Bay Residence In Construction


Oct 8, 2014

GO Logic is looking forward to the completion of a near passive house standard home on the Quincy Bay outside of Boston, Massachusetts. This year round dwelling was designed to meet the needs for a married couple and their three young children. Despite the density of the surrounding neighborhood, the design takes advantage of great…

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NAPHN14 Conference

NAPHN14 Conference


Sep 19, 2014

The North American Passive House Network (NAPHN) is going to hold it’s inaugural international Passive House conference in Portland Maine in just a few weeks! The conference will be held on the 22nd and 23rd of September with the Keynote address by the founding director of the Passive House Institute, Dr. Wolfgang Feist. Matthew O’Malia will…

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Sierra Club Magazine Features TerraHaus

Sierra Club Magazine Features TerraHaus


Aug 26, 2014

Our TerraHaus project was featured in the September/October issue of Sierra Club Magazine.  The article, by Abigail Curtis, highlights the energy-efficiency and aesthetics of the Unity College dormitory, designed and built by GO Logic in 2011. Students are quoted in the article, providing a fresh outlook on the experience of living in the dorm throughout the year….

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The Completion of Warren Woods Ecological Field Station

The Completion of Warren Woods Ecological Field Station


Aug 21, 2014

We are happy to announce the completion, and Passive House Institute certification, of our Warren Woods Ecological Field Station project for the University of Chicago Department of Ecology and Evolution! This is the first certified Passive House laboratory in North America, following four others certified in Germany.  Our team recently visited the site for a…

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The Jung Haus Featured on Forbes’ Personal Economy Blog

The Jung Haus Featured on Forbes’ Personal Economy Blog


Aug 5, 2014

We are pleased to share that GO Logic’s Jung Haus project has been featured on the Forbes Personal Economy Blog. New Standards for Green Living by Gary Wollenhaupt highlights both the energy and long-term cost savings of building a Passive House standard home. You can read more of our posts about the Jung Haus here, or…

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The “Lock-In” Concept and Passive House Construction

The “Lock-In” Concept and Passive House Construction


Jun 4, 2014

Alan and I just returned from the 18th annual International Passive House Conference in Aachen, Germany. This incredible three-day conference featured some of the superstars in the Passive House community as well as influential European policy makers, including Dr. Wolfgang Feist, founder of the Passivhaus Institut. We effectively witnessed a watershed moment in the adoption of…

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