“Green Business Quarterly” Recognizes Virge Temme Architecture, Inc. of Sturgeon Bay

Two Wisconsin companies were featured in the latest issue of Green Business Quarterly, a national publication which spotlights the top North American companies involved in green business throughout the world. One of the companies recognized was Thermal Energy System Specialists, which engineered the mechanical systems for the Aldo Leopold Center in Baraboo, the first building recognized as carbon neutral by the United States Green Building Council.

The other Wisconsin company featured was Virge Temme Architecture, Inc. of Sturgeon Bay. Recognized by GBQ as “one of the most sought-after green, residential architects in the region,” Temme has practiced architectural design that encompasses energy efficiency, sustainable materials, and harmonious aesthetics for the past 20 years. The United States Green Building Council and the Wisconsin Green Building Alliance recommended her for this national recognition based on her dedication to promoting sustainable design in her work, her teachings, and her life.

Virge Temme Architecture has operated for 11 years in Door County, and has designed numerous residential projects through Wisconsin and Illinois.