On Saturday August 12, 2017 BarlisWedlick will be presenting a casual talk as part of Historic Hillsdale’s Annual House Tour.
The presentation, titled “Classic and Modern: Designing homes in Columbia County for the 21st Century”, will touch on the firm’s contributions to the design aesthetic in the Columbia County region. For more information click here.

BarlisWedlick will participate in Passive House Days 2016 , an international celebration of passive houses, November 11, 2016
The firm will welcome the public to two passive projects in the Hudson Valley, the Seventh Day Adventist Church at Kinderhook, the nation’s first certified passive house church, and its latest passive house for the Columbia County chapter of Habitat for Humanity. This project, currently under construction, shows that these precise, high-performance homes can be built with dedicated volunteer labor.

In the latest of a series of talks this year about the passive house movement, Alan Barlis will speak at the 11th Annual North American Passive House Conference in Philadelphia, September 23 and 24, 2016
Barlis to join other leaders in the field on a panel, “Designing the Passive Future,” and then lead a session entitled “Passive without Compromise.”

Alan Barlis to speak on a panel at the North American Passive House Network Conference in New York, June 13, 2016
As part of an event entitled “Design, Meet Passive House: Beautifully,” Barlis and other practitioners will discuss how great design and the rigors of the passive house standard are entirely compatible

Just in time for Earth Day, BarlisWedlick is proud to announce that its design for a church in the Hudson Valley will become the very first certified passive house church in the country. April 22, 2016
The Kinderhook Seventh Day Adventist Church building passed the blower door test—a key measure for passive house status—this week, a result of years of extraordinary effort by the congregation and design team

BarlisWedlick’s interiors department enjoys a spike in national press coverage in February. February 4, 2016
Click here to see Dwell’s cover story on one of the firm’s passive houses in the Hudson Valley and read a Q&A in New York Spaces with interiors department head Elaine Santos

BarlisWedlick continues to speak about high-performance architecture and energy conservation at industry events across New York State, Winter 2016
Principal Alan Barlis and his team addressed crowds at NYSERDA (New York State Energy Research Development Authority), a frequent partner in the firm’s passive house work, and at the ACI/Home Performance Coalition’s 2016 conference

BarlisWedlick to be honored at the Columbia County Historical Society’s annual First Columbians event. June 13, 2015
The event is a celebration of architects who are “restoring the past and designing the future of Columbia County.

Alan Barlis delivers a lecture at the City College of New York’s Architecture School at its cutting-edge Solar Roofpod. April 28, 2015
Entitled “Passive Solar vs. Passive House,” the talk was the latest in BarlisWedlick’s ongoing affiliation with CCNY.

Dennis Wedlick is among the thought leaders selected to chair the Vision
2020 symposium on sustainability in the built environment. October 21, 2014

Click here for lessons learned on Building Design & Performance from BarlisWedlick’s Hudson Passive Project

Principal Alan Barlis and interior design associate Elaine Santos represent BarlisWedlick at the Winter Antiques Show for the third year running, January 29, 2015
Joining a distinguished group of architects and designers, Barlis and Santos will serve on the Interior Design Committee of Young Collectors Night. The committee partners with exhibitors to discuss how to integrate select pieces into contemporary interior design projects. www.youngcollectorsnight.com

BarlisWedlick named ‘Best Architect in Columbia County’ by Popular Vote, June 19, 2014
Winners from the poll conducted by the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Columbia-Greene media are honored at local event

BarlisWedlick’s Passive Townhouses for Habitat for Humanity Win Design Award from the Capital Region Builders & Remodelers Association (CRBRA), May 1, 2014
The firm’s groundbreaking energy-efficient project take top honors in the Best New Design under 2,000 Square Feet category

BarlisWedlick to be Honored at the 2014 Builder of the Year Gala, Habitat for Humanity, Columbia County, May 10, 2014
Honor recognizes firm’s steadfast support of Habitat for Humanity’s goals

BarlisWedlick Architects Joins the Interior Design Committee for Young Collectors Night at the Winter Antiques Show, January 30, 2014
Joining many of the country’s finest interior designers, Alan Barlis and Elaine Santos represent the firm on the 60th anniversary of the prestigious Winter Antiques Show in Manhattan

BarlisWedlick book signing at the Hudson Opera House, November 23, 2013
Alan Barlis and Dennis Wedlick join two other authors in a panel discussion celebrating the architecture, interiors, and gardens of the Hudson Valley

Introducing Classic & Modern: Signature Styles, June 2013
Alan Barlis and Dennis Wedlick are pleased to announce the publication of their new book, Classic & Modern, a survey of 14 distinctive homes

Columbia County Habitat to Dedicate Energy-Saving Columbia Passive Townhouses, April 20, 2013
BarlisWedlick Architects participates in the dedication of its passive house project for Habitat for Humanity, the non-profit’s first passive house project in New York State.

Dennis Wedlick Architect LLC becomes BarlisWedlick Architects LLC, April 2013
The celebrated firm marks its 20th anniversary with a new book and a name change that reflects its dynamic leadership. team

The Hudson Passive Project is named the first certified passive house in New York State, April 2011
Designed by Dennis Wedlick Architect, house set records during performance testing and is among the most energy-efficient homes in the country.

Hudson Passive Project breaks ground on Earth Day, April 22, 2010
BarlisWedlick breaks ground on The Hudson Passive Project, a passive house the Hudson Valley that would become the first certified passive house in New York State.

The Hudson River Studio, September 2007
Opening this fall, the firm’s newest location will be a nexus of rural architecture, regional preservation, and sustainable development. 

New York Architect Dennis Wedlick selected by the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum to participate in National Design Triennial: Inside Design Now, January 2003
Coinciding with his firm’s 10th anniversary, architect Dennis Wedlick is honored by the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum.