high rise buildings

The developers and architects of this project have set very high goals. With the Bolueta building, they wanted to set a new Passive House record and at the same time ensure the quality of the building through certification. Bolueta in the Spanish city of Bilbao is now the tallest Passive House building in the world. The recently issued certificate is proof of its highly energy efficient Passive House Standard construction.  
Post date: 28 Mar 2019
Type: Case

Treet or "The Tree" in Norwegian proves that sustainable solutions for buildings in an urban context can indeed be achieved by working across different sectors to create a cost-efficient, modular high-rise building using a prefabrication process. Finding inspiration in the long history of wood construction in Norway and, in particular timber bridge building, the decision to build a tall wood high-rise in Bergen was definitely appropriate. Along the way, Treet has also set a new record for being one of the tallest timber buildings to date.
Post date: 4 Jan 2017
Type: Case

  QUICK FACTS: Energy saving methods /Standards/Materials Structural elements: wood-concrete composite structural system Dimensions: 8 storeys, height 27 m, width 13 m, length 24 m Floor space: individually rentable areas 100 m² - 1,600 m², reception area, storage areas on every floor Façades system: modular, constructed from recycled metal, visible wooden supporting structure Energy standard: passive house technology Windows: triple glazing
Post date: 6 Sep 2013
Type: Case