CharacteristicsSustainability, durability, formaldehyde-free bonding
The low-energy housing complex in Leonstein (Grünburg) is fitted with EGGER OSB and DHF. The project was built in a green environment with a view of the mountains. The housing complex, built by Holzbau Aigner GmbH consists of four semi-detached houses with eight residential units that were erected using the timber frame construction method.
The low-energy housing complex is a family project: The planning included ideas from the senior boss Anton Aigner, as well as his two sons: Joachim Aigner, managing director of the company, and Michael Aigner, an architect. Fitting it with a heating system using geothermal energy through energy columns required a high initial investment, but the costs of water and electricity can be kept low as a result.
The wood-based materials EGGER OSB 3 and DHF boards were selected for the wall construction of the residential units. The resin-bonded OSB board was used for the interior walls and the vapor-permeable fibreboard DHF as external wall cladding underneath the larch façade.
|Builder/customer||Holzbau Aigner Ges.m.b.H, Molln (AT)|
|Architect||Dipl. Ing. Michael Aigner / Steinkogler Aigner Architekten, Vienna (AT)|
|Fabricator||Holzbau Aigner Ges.m.b.H, Molln (AT)|
|Distributor||Weyland Stahl + Holz, St. Florian am Inn (AT)|
|Construction period||February - August 2018|