Jesse Thompson To Headline Global Passive House Happy Hour (10/28)

October 25, 2020

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The Global Passive House Happy Hour is held Wednesdays at 4 pm (Pacific), 7 pm (Eastern), midnight (British), and 10 am (Thursdays, Australian Eastern). Join us 30 minutes early for pre-show networking and stick around following the main event for our After Hour!

As we work to accelerate the transition to zero carbon buildings, affordability is key. This week we welcome Jesse Thompson, principal at Kaplan Thompson Architects, to the (October 28) Global Passive House Happy Hour. He will present “Fast Cheap, and Barely in Control”, sharing lessons learned from Kaplan Thompson Architects’ portfolio of affordable multifamily projects in Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine. Jesse will show the set of standardized construction techniques they have implemented to try and roll out Passive House for all—quickly, economically, and beautifully.

Join us October 28 at the Global Passive House Happy Hour to hear about ready-built affordable Passive House projects Jesse and Kaplan Thompson Architects have been working on in the Northeast.

About Our Global Passive House Happy Hours

Fast. Factual. Fun. These open, FREE gatherings are a (virtual) place for the global Passive House community—and anyone interested in low-carbon building design—to come together, hear from the world’s top practitioners, and meet one another. They’re fast-paced, high-energy, and habit-forming. They are also open to all, regardless of geography, profession, experience level, or favorite certification type. Come drink in some Passive House knowledge and camaraderie.

Cheers!

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