EEHR actively engages in theoretical and applied design research in the interest of iterative learning and development. Current Initiative: To prove the concept of an optimized modular delivery system, a Kit-of-Parts (KoP), applicable for infill […]
To monitor energy consumption and indoor air quality of the newly completed EEHP and other homes to establish benchmark performance and inform improvement as a model for further development. Current Initiatives (progress to date): An […]
EEHR engages both graduate and undergraduate students in active research and endeavors to disseminate applicable knowledge and information related to well-design, affordable, energy-efficient housing. Initiatives/Progress to Date: Prioritize launching of a website for the dissemination […]
Prof. Lisa Iulo and Graduate Student Kaitlin O’Brien, presented the paper titled “Energy Performance and Community Resiliency: A Review of Housing Policy and Programs” in Architectural Research Centers Consortium 2015 (ARCC). The conference happened 6-9 April 2015 in Chicago.
On Tuesday March 31, the second Charrette with State College Community Land Trust (SCCLT) took place in Stuckeman Family Building. The goal of this charrette was to present the Race to Zero Student Design Competition submission to SCCLT people and confirm design strategies. By the end of the session, many of the previous ideas were confirmed, and many new ideas were generated.