The Miller Hull Partnership has designed the renovation of Loom House in Washington, USA.
This project is an extensive renovation of a classic 1960s mid-century home and the first of its kind to achieve Living Building Challenge 4.0 Certification.
Inspired by weaving together people, place, community, and equity, Loom House provides owners with a prototype to renovate their homes using regenerative retrofitting strategies.
To reduce the impact on the site and respect the home’s original design, the project team maintained the structure’s original footprint. The impact of Loom House has continued to drive the project forward, advocating for change far beyond its property line.
From design through construction, the goal of the project was to create a global impact by showing a path to Living Building Challenge Certification for all residential remodels.
Architect: The Miller Hull Partnership
Project: Loom House