David Pill is the principal of Pill-Maharam Architects, a small firm in Shelburne VT. He has a Masters degree in Architecture from Washington University and a BA in Philosophy and Art History from Lake Forest College. David has been a practicing architect for 25 years and is NCARB certified and licensed in all 6 New England states and NY. After working at The Architects Collaborative in Cambridge, MA David started his own firm in 1991 and has been involved with sustainable design practices for the last 23 years. David’s passion lies in creating sculptural and pragmatic environmentally responsible buildings which produce zero carbon emissions.
Pill – Maharam Architects has completed four projects designed to the German Passive House Standard and numerous projects which meet the highest level of Efficiency Vermont’s high performance home program. Presently they have been working on the High Performance Mobile Home Innovation project. David has taught design studios at the Boston Architectural College, given lectures at green building conferences as well as presenting his own LEED Platinum Net Zero home to the Congressional Caucus on High Performance Buildings in Washington DC.
Pill – Maharam Architects has won awards from Efficiency Vermont, AIA Vermont, Vermont Green Building Network, The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, and the Sustainable Building Industry Council. Their work has been published regionally and nationally in books, magazines and green building venues online.
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