Passive House

Baxt Ingui aims to create better built homes that use less energy while maintaining our high attention to detail and thoughtful design. The first certified passive house in a landmark district, the first certified passive house in Manhattan (also LEED Platinum), the first Passive Plus house in the United States are three of many Passive House projects Baxt Ingui has completed. These super-insulated houses use a fraction of the energy that a typical residence consumes, have better air quality, and are more comfortable to live in.

Our collaborative design process begins with our clients and extends to the entire building team. By fostering an open dialogue and sharing knowledge among people we work with across many projects, we are helping to build a community of contractors and consultants that are able to solve complex installations with innovative solutions. Every successful project and every successful detail revision is making Passive House easier to build for our contractors and more economically feasible for our clients.

Our experience and knowledge with Passive House building since 2011 has fundamentally changed the way we approach our projects. Even on our projects that will not be Passive House Certified, we have been able to cut the need for heating and cooling by more than half in some cases. We have learned that building smarter and more energy efficient can be incorporated into any project while continuing to create beautiful, well-crafted, and unique homes.