North American Passive House Network Announces Elrond Burrell to Give Closing Remarks at Annual Conference

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NAPHN17 Passive + Renewables Conference will be held in Oakland, California on October 4-8, 2017

Elrond Burrell to Give Closing Remarks at NAPHN17

“I am passionate about improving people’s quality of life, health and environmental impact,” said Burrell. “And I am lucky as an architect that I get do this by designing beautiful, sustainable and high-performance architecture."

Elrond Burrell, registered architect, certified passive house designer, and director and owner of VIA Architecture Ltd., headquartered on the Kapiti Coast, New Zealand, will present the closing session of the North American Passive House Network conference on October 7, 2017 in Oakland, CA. Burrell will speak about this year’s conference theme “Passive + Renewables” in his address, “The Intoxicating Paradigm of Passive House.” Burrell has more than 20 years of experience, including nearly a decade on passive house projects. He is working in New Zealand, Australia, and North America, and has played a key role in delivering many seminal large-scale Passive House projects--including schools and apartment buildings in the United Kingdom.

“I am passionate about improving people’s quality of life, health and environmental impact,” said Burrell. “And I am lucky as an architect that I get do this by designing beautiful, sustainable and high-performance architecture."

Burrell is the author of the blog, “Passivhaus in Plain English & More,” and a frequent keynote speaker and lecturer. Inspiring with humor and insight, he relays lessons learned from activism and experience, sharing examples of the Passive House paradigm in action.

For more information on Elrond Burrell and the North American Passive House Network Passive + Renewables conference, visit http://www.naphnconference.com.

ABOUT THE NAPHN

The North American Passive House Network (NAPHN) is a cooperative of regional member organizations, working to advocate and mobilize the building industries of North America to implement the international Passive House Standard to dramatically improve the quality and sustainability of our built environment.

For more information on the NAPHN visit: http://naphnetwork.org/

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