House on the Mountain - a carbon neutral, timber constructed apartment building in the Austrian Alps

  • by Juri Troy
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  • 2016-06-20 14:19:28
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  • Deutschland
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  • Gebäudetyp : Mehrfamilienhaus (Gebäudehöhe < 50 )
  • Baujahr : 2014
  • Übergabejahr : 2015
  • Straße : 6934 SULZBERG, Deutschland
  • Klimazone : [H] Gebirgsklima (bergiges Gelände).

  • Nettogrundfläche : 604 m2
  • Bau / Renovierungskosten : 750 000 €
  • Kosten/m² : 1241.72 €/m2

Vorgeschlagen von :

  • Primärenergiebedarf :
    105 kWhpe/m2.year
    (Berechnungsmethode : Sonstige )
Energieverbrauch
Wirtschaftliches BauenGebäude
< 50A
A
51 à 90B
B
91 à 150C
C
151 à 230D
D
231 à 330E
E
331 à 450F
F
> 450G
G
Energieintensives Gebäude

The House on the Mountain was conceived as house for one family with three additional holiday apartments.

It softly nestles against the slope and it's size, roof shape and materials are inspired by the traditional „Wälderhaus". The plot shapes the volume horizontally and vertically. As a result the public entrance can be accessed from the lower level and the private family entrance can be reached from the ground floor. The façade is covered by silver fir shingles and additionally structured through horizontal window strips. The interior is equally furnished in wood.The solid wood construction and the use of home grown wood allow for a minimal carbon dioxide consumption. The holistic energy concept comprises the use of a short distance district heating and an energy roof with 112 m² of photovoltaic that is ideally orientated and delivers electricity as well as warm water.

All together this house produces more energy than it consumes – is therefore a ACTIVEHOUSE – and can be used without producing any additional carbon!

* 112 m² photovoltaic integrated in the roof

* 15 m² of warm water panels integrated in the roof

* 15 Velux Skylights for active use of daylight and sun energy

* Ventilation system with heat exchange

* Connection to local biomass heat plant

Datenzuverlässigkeit

Auditor

Stakeholder

    Bauunternehmen

    Alpina Construction and Holzelemente GmbH

    Erlachstraße 2 A – 6971 Hard T +43 5574 73 595

    general contractor and wood construction


    Andere

    Oliver Singer, master builder

    execution planning wood work


    Hersteller

    Velux Austria

    Veluxstraße 1, A-2120 Wolkersdorf

    daylight evaluation and skylights


    Unternehmen

    SST Solar

    Galinastraße 14, A-6820 Nenzing

    photovoltaic and solarthermics


    Andere Beratungsleistung

    DI Bernhard Weithas

    Rosenweg 3c, 6923 Lauterach, Österreich

    building physics and energy calculation


    Unternehmen

    Fischer Böden, Hard

    Binsenfeld 23, A-6971 Hard

    screed work


    Unternehmen

    Bawart & Söhne

    Lindenweg 12, A-6832 Sulz

    flooring


    Unternehmen

    Walter Hepp GmbH

    Schmelzhütterstraße 17, A-6850 Dornbirn

    HVAC and sanitary installations

    Kirchmann Elektro, Langen

    Gschwend 178, A-6932 Langen bei Bregenz

    electric installations

    Maximum use of home grown wood (construction, facade, heating)

Vertragsart

Generalunternehmer

Nachhaltigkeitsansatz des Eigentümers

Maximum use of home grown Wood (construction, facade, heating)
Exclusively companies within reach of 25km

Beschreibung der Architektur

The House on the Mountain was conceived as house for one family with three additional housing units. It softly nestles against the slope and it’s size, roof shape and materials are inspired by the traditional „Wälderhaus“. The plot shapes the volume horizontally and vertically. As a result the public entrance can be accessed from the lower level and the private family entrance can be reached from the ground floor. The façade is covered by silver fir shingles and additionally structured through horizontal window strips. The interior is equally furnished in wood. The solid wood construction and the use of home grown wood allow for a minimal carbon dioxide consumption. The holistic energy concept comprises the use of a short distance distract heating and an energy roof that is ideally orientated and delivers electricity as well as warm water.

Energieverbrauch

  • 105,00 kWhpe/m2.year
  • 170,00 kWhpe/m2.year
  • Sonstige

  • 29,00 kWhfe/m2.year
  • warm water 27,29 kWh/m2a
    heating 33,77 kWh/m2a
    electricity 0,64 kWh/m2a

    CO2-emission: 6kg/m2a

Performance der Gebäudehülle

  • 0,25 W.m-2.K-1
  • Wall U-value 0.14 W/m2K
    Roof U-value 0.12 W/m2K

  • 0,57

Tatsächlicher Endenergieverbrauch

    2 015

Systems

    • Städtisches Netzwerk
    • Andere
    • Niedertemperatur-Fußbodenheizung
    • Solarthermie
    • Städtisches Netzwerk
    • Solarthermie
    • Keine Kühlsysteme
    • Natürliche Belüftung
    • Nächtliche Belüftung (aktiv)
    • Mechanische Belüftung mit Wärmerückgewinnung
    • Photovoltaik
    • Solarthermie
    • Sonstige erneuerbare Systeme
  • 64,00 %

Wassermanagement

  • 280,00 m3

Innenraumluftqualität

    CO2 measuring in all main rooms
    automatic window ventilation based on CO2 concentration and temperature > 14°C outside temperature
    controlled domestic ventilation with heat recovery < 14°C outside temperature

Produkt/ Dienstleistung

    Velux skylights including CO2 controlled ventilation system

    Velux Austria

    Veluxstraße 1, A-2120 Wolkersdorf

    HLK / Belüftung, Kühlung

    Velux skylights including CO2 controlled ventilation system

Städtische Umwelt

rural area, outskirts of a small town, 1000m sea Level. 3 minutes walking distance to the bus station, 5 minutes walking distance to the center: Restaurant, kindergarden, post office, bacery, church, hair dresser, shoe shop, local cheese shop,

Grundstücksfläche

901,00 m2

Bebaute Fläche

26,00 %

Güne Fläche

660,00

Umweltqualität des Gebäudes

  • gebäudetechnsiche Flexibilität
  • Innenraumluftqualität und Gesundheit
  • Komfort visuell, olfaktorisch, thermisch)
  • Energieffizienz
  • Erneuerbare Energien
  • building end of life management
  • Einbeziehung des Grundstücks
  • Bauprozess
  • Produkte und Materialien


Wettbewerbskategorien

Energie & gemäßigtes Klima

Energie & gemäßigtes Klima

Low Carbon

Low Carbon

Gesundheit & Wohlbefinden

Gesundheit & Wohlbefinden

Smart Building

Smart Building

Abstimmung der Internet-Benutzer

Abstimmung der Internet-Benutzer

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