passive buildings

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Basic design of the project:- Reuse of a discarded trade-fair pavilion- Energy efficiency through passive house construction- Reduction of materials used for construction and operation- Ecological, resource-saving and climate-protecting type of construction- Project analysis of all greenhouse gas relevant emissions- No sealing of natural areas- Handicapped-accessible type of construction- Increased living comfort and cosiness- Sophisticated and modern architecture
Post date: 8 Led 2013
Type: Věc

As for the floor, the high insulation standard could be reached by using vacuum insulation although the floor height was limited. The thermal bridges of the existing rising brickwalls were compensated by a circumferential umbrella-shaped insulation. With this, the heating energy requirement of 27,100 kWh/a of liquid gas were reduced to only 3,170 kWh/a power generated from solar energy, even though the useful floor space was doubled from 97 m² to 217 m²!
Post date: 7 Led 2013
Type: Věc

Post date: 5 Pro 2010
Type: Publication

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Post date: 20 Zář 2010
Type: Event

Post date: 8 Říj 2009
Type: Publication

Post date: 8 Říj 2009
Type: Publication

The Passivhaus Institut was founded in 1996, by Dr. Wolfgang Feist, as an independent research institution. It employs physicists, mathematicians and civil, mechanical and environmental engineers, performing research and development on highly efficient energy buildings.
Post date: 24 Srp 2009
Type: Odkaz

Post date: 25 Čer 2009
Type: Publication

Post date: 15 Čer 2009
Type: Věc