July 26, 2020 § Leave a comment
By Micheal Welton (Photo by Tzu Chen)
It couldn’t have happened to a nicer place.
The top two winners in the 2020 Matsumoto Prize competition – for both juried and people’s choice awards – are sited on one of Carolina’s most sought-after beaches…
…Second place in the juried competition went to Arielle C. Schechter’s Haw River House. “‘It’s just enough house for the site,’ was one of the comments,” he says. Third place went to Haymond House, by Tonic Design’s Vinny Petrarca and Katherine Hogan… READ MORE
Green Building & Design magazine celebrates Arielle Schechter and four of her recent residential projects
June 12, 2020 § Leave a comment
As GB&D‘s newest “Architect to Watch,” Arielle Schechter, founder and principal of the Chapel Hill firm Arielle Condoret Schechter, AIA, Architect, received a six-page spread in the international magazine’s summer of 2020 edition, which is arriving in subscribers’ mailboxes this week. The full feature spotlights three of the firm’s most recent custom-designed Net Zero houses.
“A lot of my clients don’t start out as green as they end up being. Somehow, over the process of design, they get really excited about it. That makes me so unreasonably happy.”
Founded in 2009 by publisher Chris Howe, Green Building & Design is a professional, or trade, publication that “connects and inspires green building professionals by partnering with those at the forefront of sustainable design, development, planning, and policy.” As a reliable, award-winning source for architects, builders, and developers, GB&D features projects, products, and trends that support the magazine’s mission: “to create a more sustainable world.”
The previous ACS Press post includes the link to the article on GB&D‘s website. Below is how it appears in print!
The print version of Green Building & Design is available solely through subscription.
AECCafe.com: “Haw River Net Zero Passive House in Chatham County, North Carolina by Arielle Condoret Schechter, AIA”
June 11, 2020 § Leave a comment
by Sanjay Gangal | photos by Tzu Chen Photography
The clients, an artist and an attorney, asked for a “very sustainable yet super-modern” house for their blended family, which is generously populated with children and beloved dogs. And they wanted the type of house that Arielle Condoret Schechter is known for: modern, Net Zero, Passive house-rated with clean lines and clear volumes and open, uncluttered interior spaces filled with sunlight, panoramic views, and easy access to the outdoors.
- Architect: Arielle Condoret Schechter, AIA
- Project: Haw River Net Zero Passive House
- Location: Chatham County, North Carolina
- Photography: Tzu Chen Photography
- Owners: Kate Paradis and Scott Zimmerman
- Completed: 2019
- Software used: ARCHICAD by Graphisoft READ MORE