Passive House Stotzing

Written by Herbert Gruber

Solid brick house (25 cm) with 36 cm straw bale facade as “full thermal insulation” and flat roof. Hillside location with handicapped-accessible entrance to the surgery in the basement.

Key data

Province:BurgenlandCity:StotzingCompletion:2013Type of Construction:straw bale wrappingDesign/ArchitectureBaumeister Ing. Jürgen Höller GmbHBuilding Company/Main Contractor:Baumeister Ing. Jürgen Höller GmbHStraw Builder:Baumeister Ing. Jürgen Höller GmbHPossibility to visit:NoPress photos:No
Heating demand:7,9 (OIB)U-Value (Wall):W/m2KU-Value (Roof):W/m2KHeating/Ventilation System:Komfortlüftung und WärmepumpeCategories:Projects Austria,
More about this Straw Bale House

Massives Ziegelhaus (25 cm) mit 36 cm Strohballenfassade als “Vollwärmeschutz” und Flachdach. Hanglage mit behindertengerechtem Eingang zur Ordination im Untergeschoß, der südöstliche Gebäudeteil wurde um 30° Richtung Süden abgewinkelt. Alle Fenster und Terrassentüren sind mit Holz-Schiebeläden als Sonnenschutz ausgestattet.

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.