Gratz home gets LEED Silver certification

A home designed by Elizabeth Eason Architecture was just awarded LEED® for Homes Silver certification by the United States Green Building Council. According to the USGBC, LEED for Homes is a rating system that promotes the design and construction of high-performance green homes. A green home uses less energy, water and natural resources; creates less… Read more »

EEA’s new office

Elizabeth Eason Architecture is moving to a new location on Gay Street. The new office will be in the third floor of 524 S. Gay Street. Project developer, John Craig, of 500 Block LLC, has worked closely with our designers to make sure that the new office achieves LEED certification. The new office will feature… Read more »

“Re-greening” topic of Preservation Network meeting

Elizabeth Eason will be discussing “Re-greening Your Home” at the monthly Preservation Network meeting. The focus will be on sustainable renovations for historic homes, including appliances, building materials and more. The workshop takes place at 10 am Saturday, March 14 at Time Warp Tea Room, 1209 N. Central St. in Knoxville. Preservation Network is a… Read more »

Under construction

Spring is bringing some exciting changes to Elizabeth Eason Architecture. We hope to be moving into our new office space at 524 S. Gay Street in several weeks. The entire office staff has been involved in the planning of the space, which will be LEED certified. We look forward to sharing information about the products… Read more »