Cornerspring Montessori School Capital Campaign Passes $500,000 Mark

Cornerspring Montessori School Capital Campaign Passes $500,000 Mark


Jul 9, 2015

Principal Matthew O’Malia was interviewed recently for WABI TV5, by reporter John Krinjak, about the new Passive House standard, GO Logic designed school building for Cornerspring Montessori School. The capital campaign for Cornerspring Montessori recently passed the $500,000 mark, and groundbreaking on the new school is scheduled for this fall. You can watch the entire segment…

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GO Logic Intern Takes on Climate Change

GO Logic Intern Takes on Climate Change


Jul 7, 2015

We would like to congratulate College of the Atlantic graduate, and our summer intern, Saren Peetz, for the great work on sustainability that she is doing in Bar Harbor! Saren’s work was featured in the New York Times article “A College in Maine That Tackles Climate Change, One Class at a Time”. Saren’s internship with GO…

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19th Annual International Passive House Conference

19th Annual International Passive House Conference


Apr 15, 2015

GO Logic principal Matthew O’Malia of GO Logic will be presenting “Warren Woods Ecological Field Station: First Certified Laboratory in North America” as part of the Innovative Projects From All Over the World session of the 19th Annual International Passive House Conference in Leipzig, Germany. The presentation, on Saturday, April 18th at 4:10pm, will cover…

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First Panelized Building Installed

First Panelized Building Installed


Feb 10, 2015

Our first panelized building has been installed! After much work on this advanced building technology, including a trip to factories in Austria to learn more about Passive House panelized processes, GO Logic has installed our first home using a prefabricated, panelized building system incorporating locally produced factory panels from our shop in Waldo, Maine. Located…

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Passive House as Educational Tool

Passive House as Educational Tool


Feb 2, 2015

The bright yellow Potwine Passive House, designed by GO Logic, is not only incredibly energy efficient, it’s educational too. Owner Alexi Arango is a physics professor at Mt. Holyoke College in Massachusetts, and this fall he began using his home as an example of attainable, energy efficient building in the United States. The reaction from…

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Warren Woods Featured on Inhabitat

Warren Woods Featured on Inhabitat


Jan 20, 2015

Our Warren Woods project has been featured on Inhabitat! If you’re not familiar with Inhabitat, it’s a blog focusing on sustainable design and technology in architecture, interiors, transportation, fashion and art. You can read more about our Warren Woods project for the University of Chicago here.

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Warren Woods Ecological Field Station Featured on Dezeen

Warren Woods Ecological Field Station Featured on Dezeen


Jan 5, 2015

Our Warren Woods Ecological Field Station has caught the discerning eye of the writers and editors at Dezeen, an architecture and design online magazine. Their article focuses on the interior finishes, as well as on the building shell and energy-efficiency, of the first certified Passive House laboratory in North America. You can read the full article at…

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Warren Woods Featured on Architect’s Newspaper’s Facades+ Blog

Warren Woods Featured on Architect’s Newspaper’s Facades+ Blog


Dec 15, 2014

The Warren Woods Ecological Field Station has been featured on the Architect’s Newspaper’s Facades blog. The story highlights the building envelope utilized in the construction of the first Passive House certified laboratory in North America, beginning with our patented, insulated slab-on-grade foundation system, through the moisture barriers and exterior finishes and the custom fabricated stainless…

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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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