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House which inspires life

This massive wooden house, built in iQwood glueless technique, is an example of a highly technological sustainable construction, placed on wooden boards one meter above the terrain. Its heating consumption of only 9,5 kWh/m2 makes it a zero energy building. The interior is mostly made of wood and clay. The house features modern large windows, as well as electrically controlled roof windows and vertical wooden panels.

Project information

Year of completion:
122 m2


Main architect / Office:
Miha Bogataj
Miha Bogataj
Main contractor:
Ekoart hiše d.o.o.
Other contractors and suppliers:

Cibos, Ciril Bogataj s.p. (Construction engineering)

Stavbno kleparstvo Janez Kralj s.p. (Roofing, tinkering)

Gnezdo d.o.o. (Plasters, screeds)

Miha Bogataj – references

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