This spectacular coffee-table book allows conscientious real estate droolers to ogle glamorous modern private homes, primarily of post-Koolhaas European design, without feeling guilty. They won't kill the planet, but they are, nevertheless, to die for." Village Voice"
Succeeds as eye-candy while at the same time has enough drawings and blower door test results to engage the Passive House geek." Earth Techling"
Julie Torres Moskovitz, who designed New York's first certified Passive House, finished her first book, The Greenest Home (Princeton Architectural Press), about the first wave of ultra green homes in the United States." Dwell"
Gorgeous drool-worthy residences designed around the most stringent guidelines for sustainability." Fast Company"
Chock full of beautiful images along with lots of great technical info that should answer any of your more serious questions about the nature of passive house construction." - Inhabitat