||||||||Passivhaus-accredited office in Beechwood Business Park, Dover by Dudley Marsh and Grießbach and Grießbach Architects|A Passivhaus office interior in St Gerold, Austria, completed last year by CN-Architekten. It combines excellent insulation, stringent air tightness and minimal thermal bridging to create environments that naturally control temperature|The Passivhaus office stays toasty even when it’s snowing|Rendering of a Passivhaus school, by sustainableBYdesign, unique because of the internal light quality and natural ventilation|The discipline relies on sensible principles, on making the most of natural resources and insulating, like this school project|The school would save the eventual occupiers a lot of money on light and heating bills|R-House, winner of an Innovative Green Homes competition by NY architects Della Valle Bernheimer & Architecture Research Office||

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