Old structure with top values
Built in the 1930s, a house with a long family history needed to be upgraded without altering its outward appearance. The aim was to turn a home with a connecting structure and a barn into two residential units with the highest energy and economic standards, thereby paving the way for a multi-generational housing situation. After the renovations were completed, both sections of the building were awarded the Dena seal of approval for energy efficiency.
When turning the 85 m² house into an energy-efficient home to KfW 100 standard and the 207 m² barn into an energy-efficient home to KfW 70 standard, the architect opted to take advantage of our GENEO windows. As they are produced with no thermal bridges, they do not allow heat to escape, thereby ensuring a U-value of 0.80 W/m²K.
Good reasons to opt for our GENEO window system
|Architect||Richard G. Hückel|
|Construction project||Renovation, upgrade|
|Type of building||Residence|
|Key terms||Windows with excellent thermal insulation|