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Tim Ross

TIm Ross is the architect of several multi-unit passive house residential projects including the High Street Passive House Cohousing project.

About me

Tim Ross is a Registered Architect and Design Director at Architype, an award winning New Zealand architectural practice specializing in the design of passive house buildings. He is the architect of numerous passive house and high performance homes and several multi-unit passive house residential projects including the High Street Passive House Cohousing project. Tim is passionate about creating design solutions for a low carbon future.

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