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Twin-house as passive house, Holtkamp, Hamburg

The two-story twin-house was built as a passive house in wood construction. The outer walls consist of three-skinned all-plywood panels with insulated I-joints attached from the outside. The ceiling and the roof are made of plywood panels as well, which have been delivered to the construction site as prefabricated pieces and then installed. The entire living space is equipped with a soundproof premanufactured wooden ceiling. The facade has been covered with cedar wood.

Building equipment: compact unit for ventilation / heating / water heating, solar collectors, individually adjustable wall area heating.

You'll find this building on the website of passive house projects.

Apartment houses with 54 apartments and a basement garage, Rungwisch, Hamburg

Two apartment houses including a shared underground parking lot were planned on this former commercial property. The buildings each have four storeys and one penthouse on top. 15 respectively 24 apartments can be reached via three stairways. In between the houses is a thoroughfare leading to the terrassed houses which are arranged behind the two buildings.

The draft, the request for preliminary planning permission, the building application, the execution and detail planning as well as the energetic calculations have been provided for this project.
Client: NCC Deutschland GmbH, Hamburg

Passive house, newly built

Passivhaus, Neubau

This single family house has been built as a passive house in Hamburg-Langenhorn. Noise insulation standards had to be considered because of its proximity to the airport.

The structure consists of two bodies edged into one another, which are used in different ways:
Heated area in the compact central structure including a monopitch roof and plastered walls, temporarily used rooms, storage rooms, a porch and a garage in the one-floor structure.

Passive house with in-law apartment

Passivhaus mit Einliegerwohnung

Single-family home for a family from Hamburg, which settled down in Brilon, North Rhine-Westfalia.
The requirement for the planning was to create a spacious house running on an almost completely self-sufficient energy supply.

"Dancing Gables": This house has been created in cooperation of the interior designer Ines Wrusch and the landscape architect Jutta Brendel. The construction site management has been conducted by Dipl.-Ing. Winfried Heine.

The passive house is placed in the holiday area Hochsauerland. The in-law apartment can be rented as a holiday flat.

Modernization clinker construction

Klinkerbau, saniert

Modernisierung Klinkerbau

Klinkerbau, saniert

The single-family house from 1928 including an annex from 1963 was meant to get restructured and energetically sanified.
The clinker facade was characterized by protruding elements, ornaments and diverse coloured perpent joints.
In collaboration with a specialized painter's company an insulation system as well as shutters were attached by largely reconstructing the original facade.
The historical division of the windows facing the street has been reconstructed with the new windows.