Home remodel projects, Karuna Passive House, and perFORM 2014 featured in the news

Hammer & Hand projects featured in Houzz, Proud Green Home, Inhabitat, and Sustainable Business Oregon.

What a month in the media for Hammer & Hand! Multiple Hammer & Hand projects were featured in stories across the web in October, including the Karuna Passive House and our perFORM 2014 house design competition. Check out:


Home Builder Hammer & Hand Karuna Passive House Featured in Houzz ArticleSunlight Used Right: Modern Home Designs That Harness Solar Power by John Hill of Houzz

Our Karuna Passive House was featured in this great article about how various modern home designs utilize solar power.

Home Builder Hammer & Hand Tiny Bathroom Remodel Featured in Houzz Article5 Common Bathroom Design Mistakes to Avoid by Dylan Chappell of Houzz.

Our tiny bathroom remodel was featured as a good example of using a small space in a creative and effective way in this bathroom design article.

Home Builder Hammer & Hand perFORM 2014 design contest Featured in Proud Green Home ArticleDesign contest to blend high performance and high design by Proud Green Home

This article from Proud Green Home details the launch of our home design contest, perFORM 2014. The contest challenges emerging architectural professionals to create building designs that are both high design and high performance.

Portland New Home Builder Hammer and Hand Northwest Karuna Passive House Project Featured in Inhabitat ArticleHolst Architecture’s Karuna House Aims for Triple Certification in Oregon by Katie David of Inhabitat

Informative article about the Karuna Passive House and the ways in which it has been designed to meet the world’s most ambitious green building standards.

Home Builder Hammer & Hand Design Contest Featured in Sustainable Business Oregon ArticleHammer & Hand launches clean design contest for young architects by Andy Giegerich of Sustainable Business Oregon

This article from Sustainable Business Oregon also details the launch of our perFORM 2014 design contest.


We can’t wait to see what November has in store for us!


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