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The Hrach House, 1985, was the first house in Austria with a solar air collector and a heating demand of only 15 kWh/m2 per Year.

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A large intergrated sunspace, a part of the architectural concept of the Blum House, is importatn for the interior and solar gain.

The Flatz House combines extreme low energy technology with a number of other ecological features.  The first "Clivus Multrum" in Vorarlberg was installed in this house.

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The Dafins School was Austria's first "solar school"

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The Frei House  was one of the Austrian contributions to the International Energy Agency's Task 19, "Solar Air Systems". Lobo1.jpg (57361 Byte) The Lobo House is an exemplary low energy house with a high degree of comfort.

The Mätzler House  incorporates a solar air system for space heating, and is also equipped with a solar heated workshop, which was an Austrian contributions to the IEA Task 19

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The "Haus der Zukunft", 1997, was conceived as a pavilion to demonstrate a number of heating systems at the Gardening Exposition of Upper Austria.

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The Weppner House in Berlin is an individualistic building with a solar air collector, rockbed amd hypocausts.

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Collector mounting, including air collectors, PV panels and hybrid air-and-PV collectors on the "Haus der Zukunft"

The Kopf House, 1999, is an individually designed prefabricated solar low energy house.

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The best of traditional carpentry and modern prefabrication

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Reaching the top

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Prefabricated construction with the Swiss Alps in the background

The Peter House is quarter-circular and uses a wall-mounted solar air collector

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The Hofmann House in Linz

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Sunspace interior of the Blum House

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Transparent thermal insulation at the "Haus der Zukunft

Mounting the air collectors on the "Haus der Zukunft"

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