WAMO in New York City
WAMO Studio is designing a ten story Passive House apartment building in Manhattan. The building includes 26 micro-apartments, 350 - 500 sq. ft./unit, with retail on the ground floor and a rooftop terrace as a common amenity for the residents.
Affordable Workforce Housing in Clovis.
WAMO Studio’s 2013 award-winning design for affordable workforce housing in Clovis, New Mexico is under construction and scheduled for completion by the end of 2015.
The Next Generation of Passive House
After building several certified passive houses, WAMO Studio is beginning construction of the first panelized passive house in the Southwest.
Contact us for meeting schedules and agenda Affiliated with the National Passive House Network
Visiting the site in Papua New Guinea
Vahid visited the site for the Enga Provincial Hospital in Papua New Guinea; a tremendously exciting project! WAMO Studio will master plan and design the housing for the staff and their families; Shepley Bulfinch of Boston is designing the hospital.
Architect re-purposes walk-in freezer as office
See the article in the New Mexican 'ARTICLE'
19 Aug 2013 in Architecture, Interior
Pre-fabricated K-6 – Passivehouse school
WAMO Studio is developing a prototype for innovate pre-fab K-6 schools. With flexible classrooms and multiple types of public spaces, these schools will be places where students develop the ability to think critically rather than just ace a standardized test.
Playa Escondida – Multi-family Passivehouse
Playa Escondida, a proposal for 128 units of affordable housing, is a combination of studio, 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bedroom apartments, in the heart of Hobbs, New Mexico
WAMO 1st Place Winner – Multi-family Passivehouse
In conjunction with the competitive low income housing tax credit round, MFA conducts an independently juried design competition. Projects selected by the design competition jury are awarded additional Project Selection Criteria points in accordance with the 2013 Qualified Allocation Plan.
First Rental Passive House
Andalusia, is intended to be New Mexico’s first Passive House Certified rental apartment complex and to achieve net-zero energy consumption and net-zero carbon emissions annually with all energy required for heating, cooling, lighting and domestic hot water generated on-site.