Awards & Accolades
Our dedication, design sense, and green-building expertise have earned Trillium Architects the following recognition from our peers
This solar-powered home won this prestigious award based on a Home Energy Rating System (HERS) index of -2, indicating that the combination of a high-performance building envelope and roof-mounted solar PV array makes the home a net energy producer.
The Chrysalis Award is a biennial peer recognition program that highlights AIA Connecticut member firms that are gaining recognition in the general design community through a body of built work and continuing commitment to design excellence.
The Residential Award of Merit is granted for the successful implementation of green-building strategies, the quality of design solutions, and the overall aesthetics of a project.
the Green Solutions Awards highlight exemplary buildings, districts and infrastructures contributing to the fight against climate change. This is the most recent accolade for this multi-award-winning LEED Platinum and Passive House certified home.
The USGBC's annual LEED Homes Awards recognize projects, architects, developers and home builders who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and innovation in the residential green-building marketplace.
This house, located in Watertown, CT, was one of five projects across the nation to be named a 2015 Housing Innovation Awards Grand Winner. This project’s efficiency achievements were honored at the awards ceremony hosted during the EEBA Excellence in Building Science Conference & Expo in Denver, CO, in October, 2015.
In recognition of the efforts by designers to promote green buildings in Connecticut, the CT Green Building Council (CTGBC) gives out awards annually. Builder Chris Trolle joined Elizabeth DiSalvo of Trillium Architects to accept this top honor in the residential project category.
The Challenge uses RESNET Rating Standards to determine each completed home's HERS Index. The home's HERS Index, coupled with other factors, including the cost effectiveness of the project and the home's total estimated energy use, are utilized to determine the winners.
Architect Elizabeth DiSalvo was one of the first recipients of Morris Media Group's annual Green Awards, which honor individuals, non-profit organizations, and companies committed to green initiatives.
This annual recognition acknowledges projects, architects, and home builders that have demonstrated outstanding leadership and innovation in residential green building.
This gut renovation and addition to a 1925 colonial earned the U.S. Green Building Council's prestigious LEED Platinum certification and the CTGBC Award of Merit.