Passive House with Textile Skin / BLAF Architecten
Image 1 of 24 from gallery of Passive House with Textile Skin / BLAF Architecten. Photograph by Stijn Bollaert
This Cheap, Recyclable Passive House Assembles Like Lego
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“The Passive House system is about achieving affordable energy-efficient houses. You reduce mechanical services—like heating systems—and put that money towards insulation and thermal performance, so you lower costs and achieve a high level of comfort,” ex
Little Compton Retreat in Little Compton, Rhode Island, completed by ZeroEnergy Design in Photo by: Greg Premru.
A Sustainable Brownstone Transformation The rear facade, like the top-floor addition, of New York’s first certified Passive House, is faced in rectangular panels of black rainscreen Richlite over exterior mineral wool insulation. Photo by: Hai Zhang