A few weeks ago, for professional reasons we visited Denver, Boulder, Aspen and surrounding areas, in Colorado. At the foot of the Rocky Mountains, in the hearth of the United States, this region saw some of the very first passive buildings being built in the world, thank to the Rocky Mountain Institute, founded in 1982… Read More
During our recent trip to Colorado, we had the chance to visit the Rocky Mountain Institute in Snowmass, founded in 1982 by Amory Lovins as a research institute in matters such as sustainability, energy, and efficient use of resources.
The original headquarters of the Institute, that has now become Lovins’ residence, is one of the first passive buildings ever built in the world. Read More