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2 As part of the Comenius project “Green Building”, the Swedish team has composed this booklet highlighting examples of green buildings from each of the countries participating in the project. The students, working in pairs, took information received from each country and designed a chapter for that particular building. We hope you enjoy our results. /The Swedish Team 2

3  Sweden…………………………………………....4  Austria………………………………………….....8  Italy………………………………………………11  Turkey…………………………………………...14  Romania…………………………………………17 3

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5 This is a house from the 18th century The house was built in in 1746. There are 7 generations who have lived in the house. Why is it a green building? Because its made of wood and its has survived for over 250 years. That means that it is sustainable. 5

6 People used to be very superstitious and used various iron stuff to keep the evil spirits away from the house. The windows are mullioned, it did not change when they renovated the house in 1978. The house was K-marked until the renovation. K-mark means that it is preserved and that we should not demolish or change in such a way that the cultural value decreases. They did such a great change that it could not retain cultural labeling. For example, adding a porch over the floor. Today it has triple glazed windows with glazing bars. It is a gable roof of the house. In the past they were one domed brick but now it's two domed brick. 6

7 Downstairs is a large country kitchen, hallway, living room and a TV room. On the upper floor there are two bedrooms and a large family room in the middle of the floor. Toilet available in both top and bottom, although only shower room downstairs and washing machine available today upstairs. Timbers in the roof are bearing and has not changed since the house was built. If its maintained correctly hopefully it will survive for 250 years more. 7

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9  Definition  Annual heating demand  ≤ 15kWh/m2  that‘s only 150l heating oil/year for 100m2 living space  Functionality  Intelligent skin  Highly insulated hull  Wind or air-tight casing  No thermal bridges or leaks  Comfort ventilation system with heat recovery 9

10  Architecture  High range of design varieties and possibilities  Compact building form  Southern exposure of the building  Calculating the heating demand at exactly this location 10

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12 Warming the water. Simple solar panels on the roof to heat water. By orienting the house property and incorporating overhangs into the design, the winter sun helps warm the house and the hot summer sun stays cut. Windows Casement windows are usually used because they close tighter than other types. Keeping the heat in: Exterior walls are two or three times thicker than those in a conventional house and are well insulated. A Heat Exchanger The most important element in keeping a passive house warm is the heat exchanger. It uses heat from inside air to warm fresh air from outside. 12

13 Solar panels Minding the Sun Windows Keeping the Heat in Heat Exchanger 13


15 ESER GREEN BUILDING-GREEN CRITERIA The building was designed to conform to the related construction codes and regulations to meet the purpose of use and requirements and to be responsive to the environmental and climatic conditions as well as the energy economy.This can be seen from the rectangular prismatic shape of the building with minimum external surface area. Total indoor area of the building is aproximately 7500 m 2.There are 1 main stairway,3 elevators,2 fire exit stairs 2 main and 2 auxilary service shafts and chimneys at each floor Natural thermal and solar control is enabled by the adoption of diffrent material and details at the northern,southern,easthern and western facades of the building. Thermal insulation details involve materials and thicknesses conforming to international standart exceeding the requirenments of the local regulations. As mentioned above,several criteria had been considered such as the selection of the building materials,enverionmental impacts,health and hygen,provision from the nearest place, preference on local materials and recycling. 15

16 NİDAKULE GÖZTEPE NidaKule Göztepe is built with an approach respectful to the environment to allow the enhancement of a sustainable life and for less operating costs through reduced energy consumption and increased savings. The ‘’LEED GOLD’’ criteria of the LEED building rating system developed by the US Green Building Council(USGBC) are fulfilled in this Project. Leed criteria applied in the building of NidaKule Göztepe; -Reduced carbon dioxide emission. With its central location,facitated accessibility and closeness to public transportatim,as well as parking areas reserved for bicyles,NidaKule Göztepe encourages environment friendly transportation alternatives. -Energy savings up to 50%. Building lighting is designed to avoid environmental pollution while efficient lighting fixtures are used both indoors and outdoors. -Water saving up to 40%. Water fixtures use aerator and photocell systems to minimize water consumption.The environmental friendly system is designed to collect drainage,rain and condensed water to be recyled for irrigation and to be used in toilets. -Environment friendly construction material. Recyclable material is prefferred in the construction and raw material consumption is minimized.The paint and building chemicals to be used in the interior are chosen from hygienic products that are known to be not harmful to human health. -Enhanced indoor life quality. 16

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18 Constructed in 2004 it was the first passive house in Romania The house has a surface of 210 m2 Isolation 75 cm thick walls including a 30cm thick polystyrene layer The walls remaining surface is made out of BCA bricks, plasterboards and mineral wool The thick polystyrene layer guarantees the house thermal insulation 18

19 Heating The water and the floor is heated by solar panels placed on the roof. Ventilation Using intelligent ventilation system consisting of pipes that goes through the ground. 19

20  Edströmska MFT, Västerås, Sweden  Istituto Di Istruzione Superiore Della Corte - Vanvitelli, Cava De Tirreni, Salerno, Italy  Nazilli Anadolu High School, Aydin, Turkey  Colegiul Agricol Si De Industrie Alimentara ''Vasile Adamachi'', Iasi, Romania  Höhere Technische Bundeslehranstalt Hallein (Htbla Hallein), Austria

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