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EGGER OSB & DHF in Passive House Eisenstrasse | EGGER
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EGGER OSB & DHF in Passive House Eisenstrasse | EGGER

  • Use

    Cladding, structure
  • Applications

  • Characteristics

    Sustainability, durability, formaldehyde-free bonding

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The Passive House Eisenstraße project shows how innovative and sustainable passive houses can be today. It is an architectural solution using 99% ecological materials including EGGER materials and harmoniously combines regional and modern construction styles. The design idiom is determined by a saddle roof, large windows, and clear and simple lines.

The building has a modern cube construction with a barrier-free ramp, adjustable sun protection, and a large terrace to create a living space of approximately 150 m². The two interlocking cubes are spanned by a steel frame. The EGGER OSB 4 TOP and EGGER DHF boards were used due to the fact that they have the best ecological values.

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Builder Adi Strigl, Ing. Robert Zellhofer
Architect/fabricator Holzbau Lunz

Important: EGGER OSB 4 TOP and DHF not available in every country. The availability can be checked on EGGER's Website or by contacting them.

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