Julie Gabrielli, Owner, GOforChange
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Mrs. Julie Gabrielli

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Local Address: Baltimore, Maryland, United States
GOforChange
 
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Advisory Council
www.garverdevelopment.com, 22 Feb 2015 [cached]
The council includes Bob Catzen, Cheryl Duvall, Julie Gabrielli, Bob Haldeman, Dwight Taylor and Jim Wheeler.
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Julie Gabrielli Julie Gabrielli, founder of GOforChange, is an award-winning, leading architect and green business expert. She is an industry-changer who was instrumental in starting the sustainable design movement in the Baltimore region over 10 years ago. Her work has included helping large businesses and institutions develop sustainability initiatives and Climate Action Plans. Julie's passion and expertise is mentoring business owners to find the most elegant, effective and profitable pathway to a green business. She frequently shares her upbeat message on her blog, GOforChange.com, and as an inspiring public speaker.
Gabrielli, Julie | WaterShed at the University of Maryland | U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011
2011.solarteam.org, 27 July 2014 [cached]
Photo of previous faculty advisor Julie Gabrielli among plants
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Julie Gabrielli
Owner, Gabrielli Design Studio, Baltimore, MD
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Photo of previous faculty advisor Julie Gabrielli among plants
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Julie Gabrielli
Through Susanka's Web site the ...
www.chesapeakelifemag.com, 14 April 2007 [cached]
Through Susanka's Web site the Browns linked up with Julie Gabrielli of Gabrielli Design Studio, a Baltimore-based architect who has been designing green spaces for more than a decade."This is a beautiful piece of land and they wanted specific things, like feeling they were in the woods- they liked the lodge-log cabin aesthetic," Gabrielli recalls.While they needed three bedrooms and wanted an exercise room, the Browns wanted to adhere to "The Not So Big House" principles of having both fewer rooms, and having those rooms serve many purposes.Energy efficiency and the use of non-toxic materials also were priorities.
"Overall, the big idea of it was to make it something nestled into the site and merged with the landscape so it has something of an indoor-outdoor feel," says Gabrielli.
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To keep the interior rooms from being too dark, Gabrielli designed the bedrooms with transom windows facing the hallway and added clerestory windows to let in light.
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"Another major priority for the Browns was to use non-toxic materials to keep their house healthy," says Gabrielli.The exterior of the house is Hardiplank (cement fiberboard) and a standing seam metal roof was selected for durability.On the inside, the house uses a combination of eco-friendly products, such as low VOC (volatile organic compounds) paint and reclaimed lumber.Reclaimed wooden beams- some are American Chestnut reclaimed from a Methodist church in Hereford that dates to the 1700s- were used in the timber frame for the great room.
"The great room and porch are framed with these wonderful and rustic woods," says Gabrielli.
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"Julie really nailed the traffic pattern," says Dan.
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Architect Julie Gabrielli (with Carri Harlan), 410-530-0389
Program Presenter Biographies | Go For Change: Profitable Green Business
goforchange.com, 16 Feb 2014 [cached]
Julie Gabrielli
GOforChange founder and Publisher Julie E. Gabrielli is an award-winning architect who was instrumental in starting the sustainable design movement in Baltimore over ten years ago. She has worked with over 100 clients to help them realize their dreams, from concept to construction. As an advisor to the 2007 Solar Decathlon , Julie helped steer team LEAFHouse to a second-place-overall finish, the top-placing American team.
Julie is a practical visionary. She coaches clients to articulate their vision, conduct rigorous planning, and utilize the best-available tools. Her years of competitive sailboat racing taught her that when good design is combined with clear vision, steering for changing conditions, and a healthy respect for the forces of nature, great results are possible!
Who We Are | Go For Change: Profitable Green Business
goforchange.com, 10 Mar 2012 [cached]
Julie Gabrielli, NCARB, LEED AP
Julie Gabrielli, founder of GOforChange, is an award-winning, leading green business expert. She is an industry-changer who was instrumental in starting the sustainable design movement in her region over twelve years ago. Her work has included helping large businesses and institutions develop sustainability initiatives and Climate Action Plans.
As an architect, Julie worked with many clients to help them realize their dreams, from concept to construction. As an advisor to the 2007 Solar Decathlon, she helped steer team LEAFHouse to be the top-placing American team, a second-place-overall finish.
Julie now mentors entrepreneurial businesses and organizations to "see the green.
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A registered architect since 1990, Julie Gabrielli has been practicing for 25 years. Since 1998, sustainable design has been her specialty. Past work includes green residential design; owner advising on green institutional projects; organizational sustainability initiatives, and LEED Rating System coordination. She has been the lead LEED coordinator on two Silver-certified projects, and advised on over ten others. Recent work includes participating on teams for three Climate Action Plans: Howard Community College, Montgomery County, and State of Maryland. Julie taught as an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland School of Architecture from 1990 to 2008. She helped to form and lead an interdisciplinary, academic/professional design team for their 2007 Solar Decathlon entry, LEAFHouse, which placed first in the U.S, second overall.
A Baltimore resident for 20 years, Julie has served on several Governor's Task Forces for the State of Maryland: Energy Efficiency, 2001; Green Buildings, 2007; and Green Jobs & Industry, 2010. She also co-chaired the Built Environment Subcommittee for the Baltimore Sustainability Plan in 2008. She is a founding organizer of the Baltimore Bioneers Conference, which debuted in 2007. She was co-founder of the Baltimore AIA Committee on the Environment.
Her years of competitive sailboat racing taught Julie that when good design is combined with clear vision, steering for changing conditions, and a healthy respect for the forces of nature, great results are possible!
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