PRESS MEETING: PASSIVE HOUSE PRINCIPLES MEETING SAINT-GOBAIN MULTI COMFORT STANDARD in NEW Modular Houses Catalogue
30 January, 2019 12:43
During press meeting on January 22, 2018 in Warsaw, the approach to modern modular housing combining passive house standard and Multi Comfort standard by Saint-Gobain was discussed during a press briefing. It was accompanied by a Polish-Danish debate with the participation of Multi Comfort experts Saint-Gobain, BJERG Arkitektur, NILAN and ELMOT.
TOPIC OF THE DAY
During the press briefing, specifications and criteria’s for buildings construction was debated. The Multi Comfort standard Saint-Gobain construction were discussed in detail in the context of respect for human health and the natural environment. Characteristics of devices and systems provided by NILAN were made, which in an innovative way implement the idea of energy effectivity. The principles of designing Passive House buildings in accordance with the The Passive House Institute standard were also discussed.
When we combine the best from each certification standard, we are able to meet regulations and raise bar even higher. The result is certified buildings with the best possible indoor climate, sustainable use of materials, architectural value and extremely low CO2 emissions from buildings.
Modular Houses Catalogue
Briefing was finished by BJERG Arkitektur which presented a catalog of 12 single-family modular houses that meet the requirements of the Multi Comfort standard with the possibility of creating variation in spaces.
This is the first catalog of its kind in Poland created in cooperation with the ELMOT company, based on the experience of Scandinavian architects and producers working together for many years on constructing and designing architecture of various purposes.
It gives investors the opportunity to choose from a number of diverse projects that guarantee low consumption due to Passive House Standard – while providing 4 measurable comfort factors on indoor climate conditions: avoiding thermal bridges, having good air quality, creating visual and acoustic balance.