2019 June: Willard G. “Bill” Rouse III Awards for Excellence | MaKen North
2018 : Best of Philly | Co-Working Place for Parents: PlayArts
2018 February: The Society of American Registered Architects | Professional Silver Award: PlayArts
2017 August: Delaware Valley Green Building Council | Groundbreaker Award: PlayArts
2017 March: Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadlephia | Preservation Achievement Award: PlayArts
2016 October: Design Advocacy Group, 21st C. Rowhouse: Catalpa House

July: CONTEXT Magazine: Design Profile: Play Arts
2018 July: Philadelphia Magazine: Who's Building Philly: Jeremy Avellino
2018 March: CONTEXT: Certified: The Case for Passive House
2017 September: The Philadelphia Inquirer: House Askew
2017 August: Pickle Factory
2017 June: Warehouse Home: Pickle Factory
2017 March: Philadelphia Magazine: Slough House
2017 May: Curbed Philadelphia: Slough House
2017 May: The Philadelphia Inquirer: The Pickle Factory
2017 May: Hidden City: Bright Common
2016 October: PlayArts
2016 September: PlayArts
2015 December: Hidden City: PlayArts
2015 April: The Philadelphia Inquirer: Casa Lattanzio
2015 March: Philadelphia Magazine: The Pickle Factory
2012 Copious amounts of press available upon request: Pizza Brain
2009 November: GRID magazine: Fair Food Farmstand*
2007 February: I.D. Magazine: MINUS Collective Profile
2006 February: Architectural Record: Rag Flats Residential Development*
2005 August: Philadelphia Daily News: Rag Flats residential development
2005 June: Philadelphia City Paper: Rag Flats Residential Development*
*Jeremy Avellino served as Project Architect for this project while with Re:Vision Architecture

August: New Gravity Housing Conference: Engaging the Climate Spectrum: Passive House for All
2019 February: Passivhaus Maine: Historic Retrofits: A Path to Passive House
2018 October: AIA: Forum on Architecture + Design
2018 May: Green Building United: Sustainability Symposium
2017 June: NESEA: Passive DER of Rowhome
2017 May: DVGBC: Sustainability Symposium
2016 October: Moore College of Art and Design: Design For Social Change