constructive comfort

Good passive design improves comfort and building efficiency and thus reduces the dependency from technical building equipment.

Passive, energy efficient building design is not about saving kilowatt hours, but improving the appreciable building qualities.

- thermal bridge free details
- building materials | elements quality
- thermal comfort
- good daylighting and acoustics
- health | air quality
- user influence | maintainance
- usability | usefulness
- visual comfort | atmosphere

affordable, dependable, long term.

Predictability: e.g. thermal comfort according to ISO 7730

comfort is plannable. comfort is also measurable. Using computer-aided
methods we find economic solutions for comfortable and energy efficient living and working in your building design, and the appropriate building elements and details.

Planning, metering, controlling

Just as we calculate during planning, so we also objectively monitor, evaluate, control and optimise data about climate, building operation, comfort, consumption and costs by integrated sensors according to individual requirements.

In a passive building, designed to be independent from interior and exterior influences, minimal, intelligent technology can precisely implement the planning and user requirements, efficiently utilising the available resources, and at the same time constantly offering the desired feedback and comfort.