Meet the Architects!

Green Hammer is lucky to have two of the nation’s most impressive architects on staff… Read more about them below:

Jan Fillinger

Jan Fillinger

A Certified Passivhaus Consultant and LEED-accredited professional, Jan has 25 years of experience in design that emphasizes environmental responsibility, beauty, efficiency, comfort, functionality, and cost-effectiveness. His portfolio includes multi-family, academic, religious, library, civic, mixed-use, office, and hospitality projects, as well as hundreds of residences.
In 2010 he completed the award-winning Orchard Street House, Eugene’s first Passivhaus building. Jan was also the lead Passivhaus consultant to St. Vincent DePaul and Bergsund-DeLaney Architects on their three-story subsidized multi-family housing Passive House project completed in 2012.

 

Daryl Rantis

Daryl Rantis

Daryl Rantis is a licensed architect with more than 25 years of experience and an extensive background in traditional neighborhood design and environmentally sensitive architecture. A longtime member of the Congress for New Urbanism and a graduate and visiting professor of Kansas State University, Daryl apprenticed with nationally recognized architects Helmut Jahn, of Murphy Jahn Architects of Chicago, and with the late AIA Gold Medal winner E. Fay Jones of Arkansas. For many years, Daryl was principal Architect at Rantis Architects, in downtown Asheville, NC. Daryl and his staff worked with a variety of clients, emphasizing sustainable design and smart growth concepts.

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