An energy-efficient, ADA-compliant farmhouse incorporates wind power and geothermal heating. Architect Jereme Smith explains how his architectural firm met the clients' needs for a sustainable, accessible retirement home.
Smith obtained his master's degree in architecture from the University of Illinois at Champaign, IL. During his tenure, he won many accolades, receipt of two fellowships, & the opportunity to live abroad in France for a year. Prior to founding Design Insight Inc. in 2002, Jereme worked for a variety of prominent firms. Most notably, Kenyon & Associates Architects, Techline Inc, & Osterhaus + McCarthy LLC. He's won many awards including the Chicago 'Key to the Future' housing competition & the New York Humanscale office design competition.
Jereme has been published in various publications like the Sun Times, Chicago Home magazine, & I4 Design. His work has been displayed at the W Hotel through the IDSA, at the Art Museum of Virginia for the C2C eco-home exhibit, & even a fashion show for wearable architecture.
Smith has his architectural license & is also a member of the Association of Licensed Architects(ALA).Find him on facebook