The Miller Hull Partnership transforms a mid-century Puget Sound home into a deep green ideal

Of the nearly 30 full Living Building Challenge-certified structures that have been completed in locales stretching from Atlanta to Ann Arbor to Wollongong, Australia, only four are residences, and only a single one of those is a renovated home.

That home, the Loom House on Bainbridge Island, Washington, achieved the ultra-rigorous, performance-based sustainable building certification earlier this year after a deep green transformation carried out by Seattle’s The Miller Hull Partnership. As described by the firm, the renovation, which was completed in 2019, was “inspired by weaving together people, place, community, and equity” and sets out to provide other homeowners with a “prototype to renovate their homes using resilient

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