This is an example of "Green Architecture" that looks more contextual than what most people think of when they think of "Green Architecture." Only a small addition to the footprint was made and construction waste was reduced by saving everything that could be saved from the existing structure. Closed cell spray foam insulation was used to achieve a high R-value in the roof and walls. Additionally, a very efficient HVAC system was installed to achieve its LEED Gold Rating.
My roles for this specific project were in creating the construction documents, renderings and overseeing the construction. Additionally, I worked on the final layout of the floor plans, and in putting together documentation for the USGBC submission.
Location: Newport, RI, US