Samuel Mortimer

Auction of Home, Part II

As mentioned, the New Norris House auction has begun again… but this time with no minimum bid. This process will again be a sealed bid auction and is being overseen by the State of Tennessee Real Estate Asset Management (as a State owned property built by the University’s College of Architecture and Design). The flyer […]

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Auction of Home Beginning again – NNH Still available!

Friends, the New Norris House did not sell last month and is still available for purchase. In the coming week we will announce further detailed into the new auction process that will take place with no minimum bid. Please stayed tuned for further details. For information about the auction process, please contact Frank Baugh via […]

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Olde Wood Limited Article

Check out coverage from our new friends at Olde Wood Limited below! http://www.oldewoodltd.com/wide-plank-flooring-blog/green-spotlight-a-dam-a-city-and-the-new-norris-house/

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A New Norris House and Brooks+Scarpa

The New Norris House team is in Denver this week to receive the Committee on the Environment’s Top-10 Green Award. Saturday morning fellow Top-10 winners Brooks + Scarpa will sit down with the NNH team and representatives from the AIA to discuss their two winning residential projects. A part of this discussion, a brief article […]

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AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Top-10 Green Award

We are very excited to share that the New Norris House Project has been named by the AIA’s Committee on the Environment (COTE) as one of the Top-10 Green projects of 2013! This award is one of the most prestigious in architecture in the US, and recognizes “exemplary and innovative built projects that establish a […]

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Auction of Home Approaching

The New Norris House was completed in August 2010 and since that time has been the site of a 2-year evaluation and research period. At the conclusion of this study during the Fall of 2013, the University of Tennessee will sell the New Norris House at auction. All proceeds from this process will feed directly […]

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Winter Passive Performance

Earlier this week the project team began a seasonal experiment to test the passive performance of the envelope to resist exterior temperatures fluctuations over the course of 72 hours (3 days). To complete this study, the heating and cooling systems are completely disabled for the duration of the period (though the ERV remains in operation […]

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