Clare Miflin is a registered architect with over 18 years of experience. She has a deep understanding of environmentally sound building practices, techniques, codes and standards that she applies to all her projects. These include a research station in Panama that approaches net zero in energy and water; an arts and education center that will be energy positive and apply for Living Building certification; a mixed use Passive House certified project; several rooftop hydroponic greenhouses – both commercial and on schools; and sustainable research projects for various national agencies.
She has presented at many lectures and conferences; was an instructor for the “Cracking the Energy Code” course at NY Center for Architecture; is a member of Urban Green’s monthly program committee and the NY chapter of the Living Building Collaborative.
“‘Architects do not really think of waste management in terms of building design materials” – Clare Miflin
May 11, 2018 from our Pioneers & Changemakers, Video Panels We can do more to fix the problem since waste is a flaw that stems from design of buildings.