Principal & Founder | Form & Flow
AIA, LEED AP, WELL AP, CPHC
Tom Hootman is an architect, engineer, teacher, and author. He is the founder of Form & Flow, a building performance design consultancy for next-generation architecture. He works with clients to achieve healthy, resilient, zero energy buildings and regenerative outcomes with positive social, environmental, and economic impacts. Tom brings over 25 years of industry experience and has experience leading integrated design within architecture, MEP engineering, and energy modeling practices. He is an early pioneer in zero energy and worked on over 15 zero energy projects, and authored "Net Zero Energy Design," published by Wiley. Tom has co-authored other leading zero energy resources, including "A Guide to Energy Master Planning of High-Performance Districts and Communities" with NREL and RMI, and the "Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small to Medium Offices – Achieving Zero Energy" with ASHRAE and the Department of Energy. Tom is also passionate about inspiring the next generation of architects and serves as an adjunct instructor at the University of Colorado, Denver, where he teaches sustainable systems.