“5 Steps to Simple Zero Energy Building in Northern Minnesota”
Carly Coulson, architect
Thursday, April 29, 2010 at 7pm
Unitarian Church, 835 W College St, Duluth
Description: Deep reductions in energy consumption can be achieved in very cold climates following several basic design principles. Join Ms. Coulson to learn about the process, systems and materials, and example projects.
Profile: Carly Coulson (AIA, LEED® AP, Certified Passive House™ Consultant) is an architect focused on the integration of the diverse disciplines that combine to make contemporary building into humane and sustainable environments. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree and is a Crown Scholar from the Illinois Institute of Technology. She worked for Foster & Partners in London on highly-innovative commercial buildings, including 30 St Mary Axe which won an RIBA Sterling Prize. She received numerous awards for design excellence as a Project Architect with Salmela Architect in Duluth. As Principal and Owner of the architecture firm COULSON, she is currently working on two multi-family projects and an educational facility that have targets of LEED® Platinum, Passive House™ certification, and Net Zero Energy Emissions.
Co-sponsored by LSEA and Unitarian Universalist Congregation Duluth
LSEA Spring Energy Series 2010