Andrew, CPHC, is the principle of Hyperlocal Workshop, based in Colorado and co-founder of Passive House Rocky Mountains. He completed the first certified project in Colorado which has won Green Building Magazine’s 2018 Grand Overall Winner Green Home of the Year and featured in many architecture publications. His follow up project will be the first certified Passive House Plus in the state and the build will be featured on the DYI Network. He has also designed Sol Coffee, a mobile solar powered coffee bar which won the 2018 Best of Small Spaces award from Architects Newspaper. His book Hyperlocalization of Architecture was released in 2015 by Evolo Press and explores emerging sustainable archetypes around the world which challenges and inform the future of architecture in the context of urbanization and climate change by embracing cultural and human interaction.