Lumenhaus - U. of Virginia: Winner of Solar Decathlon Europe 2010 (click on image)
This is a fantastic design…really well done. Notice the beautiful sunscreen and the gray water system! This was the only solar decathlon house with a metal structure by Kullman Industries in Lebanon, NJ. (PS. Kullmann CEO Avi Telyas is a Pratt Institute trustee!) 
See NYT article and slideshow.

Lumenhaus - U. of Virginia: Winner of Solar Decathlon Europe 2010 (click on image)

This is a fantastic design…really well done. Notice the beautiful sunscreen and the gray water system! This was the only solar decathlon house with a metal structure by Kullman Industries in Lebanon, NJ. (PS. Kullmann CEO Avi Telyas is a Pratt Institute trustee!) 

See NYT article and slideshow.

Lumenhaus - U. of Virginia: Winner of Solar Decathlon Europe 2010 (click on image)
This is a fantastic design…really well done. Notice the beautiful sunscreen and the gray water system! This was the only solar decathlon house with a metal structure by Kullman Industries in Lebanon, NJ. (PS. Kullmann CEO Avi Telyas is a Pratt Institute trustee!) 
See NYT article and slideshow.

Lumenhaus - U. of Virginia: Winner of Solar Decathlon Europe 2010 (click on image)

This is a fantastic design…really well done. Notice the beautiful sunscreen and the gray water system! This was the only solar decathlon house with a metal structure by Kullman Industries in Lebanon, NJ. (PS. Kullmann CEO Avi Telyas is a Pratt Institute trustee!) 

See NYT article and slideshow.

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Meta Brunzema is the principal of Meta Brunzema Architect P.C. (MBAPC). Established in 1998, MBAPC is a design practice that produces innovative architecture and urban design. Clients include the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, the Rockefeller University, the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance, the Lower East Side Ecology Center, the Durst Organization and numerous private clients. The firm’s work has been published in Metropolis, Architecture Magazine and the New York Times.

MBAPC’s projects are often investigations, instigations, experiments - collaborative efforts to shape a more sustainable and equitable society. Brunzema writes about this approach in a book chapter for "Feminist Practices: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Women in Architecture" (Ashgate Publishing).

Since 2000, Brunzema has been on the faculty at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn where she teaches graduate-level design studio, integrated building systems and history/ theory.

Brunzema holds a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Environmental Design Science from Dalhousie University in Canada. She is a fellow of the Institute for Urban Design and a LEED accredited professional.

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