John Woelfling is committed to creating sustainable and resource-efficient designs, using an integrated and holistic approach that reduces impacts on the environment and positively effects the health and comfort of building occupants. He leverages his broad experiences working across project typologies, from education and recreation to healthcare and infrastructure, to inform his leadership of Dattner’s mixed-use residential projects. A recognized passive house expert, John’s focus on sustainable design practices is guided by proactive education of evolving green technologies and incorporating them into his design work.
He frequently lectures about affordable housing and sustainability, speaking at the Center for Architecture, AIA NYS, Urban Green and GreenBuild, Forum for Urban Design, Reimagine Conference, and PhiusCon. John holds a Bachelor's of Architecture from Virginia Tech.