Zero Energy RM Passive House, zero-energy house, Spain, Calderon Folch Sarsanedas, timber cladding, zero-energy, Passivhaus, Passivhaus standard, reduced environmental footprint, green architecture, wooden terrace

The house, located in Spain, functions as a single-family residence that provides privacy for each member of the household. The 198-square-meter (2,131-square-foot) house is located on a beautiful site overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Its volume is broken up into several smaller volumes that share a 409-square-foot wooden terrace.

Zero Energy RM Passive House, zero-energy house, Spain, Calderon Folch Sarsanedas, timber cladding, zero-energy, Passivhaus, Passivhaus standard, reduced environmental footprint, green architecture, wooden terrace

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The main challenge was to design a zero-energy building while providing a high degree of comfort. The RM House consumes extremely small amounts of energy which it produces from renewable energy sources. It complies with the rigorous Passivhaus standard and has a reduced environmental footprint thanks to efficient construction systems and materials.

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