Passive House Perchtoldsdorf / Lower Austria

Written by Herbert Gruber

Series wall suitable for passive houses built as part of a House of the Future project by Ökologie-Institut, ConsultS and others.

Key data

Province:Lower AustriaCity:PerchtoldsdorfCompletion:2004Type of Construction:infill constructionDesign/ArchitectureBauherrCarpenter:BuhlPossibility to visit:NoPress photos:Yes
Photocredit:Herbert Gruber
Residential acreage:161m2Heating demand:14.9U-Value (Wall):0.11W/m2KU-Value (Roof):0.09W/m2KHeating/Ventilation System:Wärmepumpenkompaktgerät (Lüftungskomponenten plus Fortluft-Wärmepumpe in einem Gerät integriert); 8 m2 Kollektorfläche mit 500l WarmwasserspeicherCategories:Passive House, Projects Austria,
More about this Straw Bale House

Passivhaustaugliche Serienwand errichtet im Rahmen eines Haus der Zukunft-Projektes von Ökologie-Institut, ConsultS u.a.

Wandaufbau:

  • Gipskartonplatte
  • Insallationsebene
  • OSB-Platte als luftdichte Ebene
  • 35cm Kaufmann-Dämmständer mit Zellulose
  • (bzw. mit Stroh in der Nordwand)
  • DWD-Platte
  • hinterlüftete Lärchenstulpschalung

About the author

Herbert Gruber

Herbert is author of the book "Neues Bauen mit Stroh in Europa" (New Building with Straw in Europe), head of the austrian strawbale network ASBN and partner in the Leonardo-project "STEP" (Strawbale Training for European Professionals) and the Erasmus project "BuildStraw Pro" (a project to get formal national recognition of the training) and "Make your City Smart". As a collector he documents European straw bale buildings since 1999 on his website (database, german), in lectures, workshops and books.