Pfeiffer is a professional Architect, Realtor, and Building Scientist, who has spent 42 years as a thought leader in the international green building movement developing community-based programs, as well as actual designs, for high-performance buildings & homes. He is among the first American architects invited to be a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects for "Mainstreaming Green Building in America”; and is the founding principal of Barley | Pfeiffer Architecture - nationally known for its environmentally sensitive building projects and whose work and opinions have been published in venues such as the Washington Post, New York Times, Fine Home-building, and Better Homes & Gardens. He is a guest on National Public Radio, HG-TV, Discovery Channel, and This Old House. The National Association of Home Builders honored him as the “National Green Advocate of the Year” for his life-long achievements advancing the Green/ High Performance land development & building movement.
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