A Frank Lloyd Wright Home's 5-Year Path to Net Zero

  • Wednesday, July 28, 2021
  • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Online

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The Oscar B. Balch House is a 110-year-old Frank Lloyd Wright designed home in Oak Park, IL. Prioritizing both energy efficiency and historic preservation, Homeowner Samantha Lotti teamed up with architect Tom Bassett-Dilley (Tom Bassett-Dilley Architects), builder Doug Freerksen (Von Dreele-Freerksen Construction Company), and mechanical engineer Mark Nussbaum (Architectural Consulting Engineers) to build a five-year path to net zero for the home.

Incorporating preservation techniques with cutting-edge decarbonization technology, this unique case study has takeaways for any homeowner who wants to map out their plan for a high performance home.

In this webinar, the project team will discuss tradeoffs, long-term planning, energy modeling, and more. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn how these techniques could be applied to their projects.

The 9th annual GreenBuilt Home Tour will be virtual again with a series of FREE webinars from July to September focused on the path to zero. We will showcase homes at different stages of efficiency through highlighting new construction, major renovation, and minor renovation homes.

Save the dates: August 11, August 25, September 8, and September 15

Register here!

Interested in sponsoring the GreenBuilt Home Series? Email Ashley Marinko at amarinko@illinoisgreenalliance.org to learn how you can earn recognition for your company.

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