David Baker Architects

SMUD WEBINAR

Toward Zero Emissions Housing Design


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David Baker, FAIA, lives in Zero Cottage, a DBA-designed home that is the first certified Passive House in San Francisco.

Transforming How We Build: Toward Zero Emissions Housing Design

In a series of recent projects, David Baker Architects has explored how to align good design, cost-efficiency, and zero-emissions goals for housing and hotels in urban settings.

In this recorded presentation, David Baker, FAIA, shares a range of projects as well as lessons learned from the all-electric Edwina Benner Plaza; Coliseum Place—a Living Building Challenge pilot project; and the upcoming Hotel Sebastopol, soon to be the state’s first zero-net-energy boutique hotel.

Recorded on May 21, 2020, this presentation is part of the 2020 "Tranforming How We Build" Series produced by SMUD (Sacramento Municipal Utility District) in partnership with the AIA Central Valley
 

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