This presentation will highlight the application of virtual reality technology (VR) as a visualization and simulation tool to support the design process and educational outreach of Nuthatch Hollow, a 2500 square foot Living Building Challenge and Passive House project. The presentation will demonstrate how an immersive VR representation of the project that included environmental analysis and interactive educational content supported the understanding of the sustainable quality of the built environment. It will introduce critical aspects of the Living Building Challenge criteria and how the design team met them using Passive House strategies. These design aspects and more are highlighted through a VR walk-through that easily conveys how these design decisions affect the project. The presentation will explain the workflow for incorporating energy data in the immersive 3D environment. It will end with a hands-on demonstration of the Nuthatch Hollow VR environment and invite participants to engage directly with the project.