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House under the Oaks / Juri Troy Architects

  • 01:00 - 13 December, 2013
House under the Oaks / Juri Troy Architects
House under the Oaks / Juri Troy Architects, Courtesy of Juri Troy Architects
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From the architect. The house under the oaks is a low budget passive house concept developed for an Austrian family. With a minimum footprint and a wide outstretching wooden box on six columns it offers a living area of about 100 m2. The whole structure was done in prefabricated timber with all ecological wood wool insulation of up to 60 cm.

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The interior is done all in local wood as well with a simple white pigmented oil cover. A heat pump with ground collector, a controlled ventilation system with heat exchange and photovoltaic panels on the roof offer a perfect energy concept with a minimum of required external energy – which is provided by eco electricity. Like this it is a new prototype for affordable living on minimal energy standard in Austria.

Floor Plan
Floor Plan
Cite: "House under the Oaks / Juri Troy Architects" 13 Dec 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/457693/house-under-the-oaks-juri-troy-architects/>
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tim · December 22, 2013

Interesting. Reminds me of the hotel built in the north to view the aurora boraealis.

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