Built on the site of an existing barn and stable, the Gallatin Passive House was sited to bring new life to an aging barn. Built as a primary residence, this 3,400sf home is fully Net Zero and will achieve Passive House Certification. With sweeping views through two sets of 24ft lift-slide doors, the living space gives both the feeling of being outside with the comfort inside behind triple glazed European windows. While the lower level flows openly, the upper level boasts four bedrooms and a flexible space for homework by day and guests by night. The second floor ends perched on the original barn, connecting to it for a semi-enclosed outdoor space for gathering.

Project Team:
North River Architecture and Planning – Architect
North River Design Build – Builder
Kaaterskill Associates – Structural Engineer
Northeast Projects – Energy Modeler

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