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PASSI VE HOUSE i nter national ARCHI T ECTURE
I m p r e ssu m | PHIA - Passive House international Architecture Headoffice Munich Gernot and Rena Vallentin Dornbergstr. 13 D - 91673 MĂźnchen | Germany t. +49 (0)8946261790 email@example.com www.vallentin-architektur.de Copyright ÂŠ PHIA - Passive House international Architecture All rights reserved Issue Aug. 2016 The entire content of this publication is copyrighted. Duplication, processing, distribution, or any form of commercialization of such material as texts, parts of texts, or images requires the prior written consent of PHiA - Passive House international Architecture.
Content| Introduction guiding principles ..............................................
Need for Sustainability ................................................. 7 Benefits of tropical passive house .................................................
Passive House design in tropical climate..................................... 11 Tropical Passive House as building 4.0........................................
Solution for sustainable cities ................................................. 15 Team PHIA
Passive House project management.............................................
Passive House buildings worldwide.............................................. 21
G U ID ING P R I N C I P L ES
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At PHIA, we want to promote a way of life that is healthy and comfortable, while being friendly to the environment. Construction of buildings influences not only the functionality and design of the built environment, but also our living conditions and climate change. On the other hand, advance information technology has rapidly digitalized our world and increased the importance of connecting all things. We aim to combine Sustainability and Digitalization as a Building Standard for the future. The Passive House Standard is the ideal solution as it is: applicable for all climates, materials, construction methods, designs, technical services and not limited to a single manufacturer. Passive House principles have been fully developed and adapted for tropical climates and has proven to be economical in the long run.
Our concepts for Sustainable cities or buildings should contain a lot of natural greenery, which directly improves the microclimate of public areas and the indoor environment of the buildings. We place a high importance on people and we believe that new building standards can and should be available to everyone, regadless of social backgrounds, nationalities or cultures. Architecture and Design is a selfexpression of the culture and values from where the building originates. Though sometimes impractical, it is necessary to create the identity of the structure and to instill meaning for its existence. Fortunately, current knowledge and technical know-how have provided the opportunity for new buildings to have the best of architecture while complying with performance requirements.
We want to combine Passive House techniques with Digitalization of Buildings, to create ‘Building 4.0’, a derivative concept from Industry 4.0, where Information Technology has revolutionized the Internet of Things. We understand the boundary conditions of tropical buildings and we are looking at ecological, economical and energy efficient ways to design and build them. It will be a building where all technical services are connected, to achieve an optimum level of comfort and performance. The occupants play a secondary role in controlling the building, by merely stating their needs, while the building autonomously adjusts itself to those needs. This is the definition of ‚Passive‘, where the system works in the background We believe that Passive House principles in combination with Digitalization will create tropical Passive House as Building 4.0, the solution for present and future! 5
While modern civilization has brought about tremendous benefits and comforts to mankind, it has also pushed the earth to its limits. As a result, we are now facing global ecological disasters such as climate change, global warming and resource depletion. Energy is the common factor among these problems and buildings contribute to this by accounting for 40% of global energy use. It is imperative that new and existing buildings be constructed in a way that has minimal or zero ecological impact, whilst being cost efficient and sustainable.
Passive House Standard as Part of the Solution The Passive House Standard is an ultra energy efficient standard that will significantly reduce a buildingâ€˜s carbon footprint. Originally developed in Germany, the Passive House Standard is a unique solution for sustainable buildings because of its ultra low-energy design requirements. The first Passive House was built in 1990, and since then over 20,000 living units have been realized in Central Europe. With Passive Houses having been built in Europe, North and South America, Africa and Asia, it has become an internationally recognized standard for sustainable architecture.
Efficiency at its Best Passive House has energy efficiency at its core but other factors are also important when constructing one:
C omfort Passive Houses are able to provide optimal room temperatures and a consistent supply of fresh air for the building occupants throughout the year. This makes it an attractive option for people who wants to increase their quality of life.
A ffordability Contrary to popular belief, Passive Houses saves money. The investment into higher quality building materials and components is mitigated by the elimination of expensive heating and cooling systems. High energy savings also reduces the buildingâ€˜s operating cost, decreasing the payback period significantly.
S ustainability Passive Houses use up to 90% less energy than standard buildings. Reduction in energy equates to reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, thus lowering the ecological impact of the building.
NEED FOR SUSTAINABILITY
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BENEFITS OF PASSIVE HOUSE
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Sino-German Ecopark Passive House Experience Center Rongen Tribus Vallentin AWV
Increase Property Value A certified Passive House is more desirable in the market due to its high performance characteristics
> Higher property value > Slower depreciation rate
Lower Utility Bills Passive Houses are extremely energy efficient and will help the occupants to save money throughout the lifetime of the building.
> Lower monthly electricity bill > Reduce or Remove heating/cooling equipment usage, less yearly maintenance costs
Everything about the Passive House aims to solve global environmental problems.
> Lower Ecological Footprint > Work with what nature provides and not against it
No matter what the outside conditions are, Passive Houses ensure that the indoor environment remain comfortable and clean.
> Optimum air temperature > Dust-free, Pollutant-free, Bacteria-free air > Increase work productivity
V e r s a t i l e C o n st r u c t i o n The Passive House standard is based purely on building performance and quality and therefore it does not specify any particular methods of construction. Whether is it solid construction, wood or composite, architects are free to be creative with their Passive House designs. It is a very versatile concept which is applicable to all building types in all climate regions. 9
PASSIVE DESIGN IN 1
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1, BUILDING ENVELOPE
Insulated Walls, Roofs and Double Glazed Low-E Windows will reduce external heat penetration while maintaining cool temperatures in the building interior
External shading (fixed or movable) will stop direct solar heat gains inside the building through the windows
2, BUILDING ORIENTATION Buildings facing the North/South direction will minimize solar exposure on the wall
3, AIRTIGHTNESS An airtight building envelope will prevent infiltration of warm, humid and polluted air, whilst maintaining the cool indoor temperature
6, DEHUMIDIFICATION Energy Recovery Systems will dehumidify the supply air, reducing latent cooling load and ensuring dry indoor air - comfort and prevention of mold growth
7, EFFICIENT VENTILATION A constant supply of fresh air keeps the indoor environment healthy. Outside air is filtered, pre-cooled before entering the interior
4, REFLECTIVE COATING
8, AIR MOVEMENT
Outer surfaces are coated with brighter colours which reflects solar radiation to further reduce heat gains into the building
Fan systems allows high set-point temperature for cooling systems, while providing thermal comfort for occupants
THAILAND SRI LANKA
BRUNAI MALAYSIA SINGAPORE
C limate C onditions : High Solar Radiation all year Consistent Hot Temperatures: Average Day time: 30-33 °C Average Night time: 25-27 °C High Humidity High Rainfall
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
INDONESIA EAST TIMOR
Common Problems: High rate of urbanization Increasing energy prices Air pollution Water insecurity Urban Heat Island
TROPICAL PASSIVE HOUSE What is our Building 4.0
Why to choose Building 4.0
Buildings of the future have to evolve beyond providing comfort and protection for its occupants. Apart from being ‚green‘, technological advancements have now allowed buildings to interact with its occupants and surroundings in a more connected way. The term ‚Building 4.0‘ stands for the fourth building evolution and it is a concept where the principles of Sustainability, Digitalization and Passive House Design are combined to form ideal solution for the future.
Building 4.0 is a higher level of building standard, where performance is not the only requirements. It aims to provide its occupants with a comfortable and healthy lifestyle that is convenient and free of hassles, so that they can focus on productivity and other pursuits. It is a building where all functions and services operate ‘behind-the-scene’, through autonomous control and predictive learning of the occupants’ behavior.
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AS BUILDING 4.0 How to achieve Building 4.0 Sustainable Resource
The building will utilize available natural resources of its surrounding. In tropical countries, the building must capture solar energy with PV panels and water through rainwater harvesting.
Technical services such as cooling, lighting and ventilation operate in combination with smart sensors and control systems. The users are free from the responsibility to switch devices on/off, or adjust input powers as these will work automatically based on the surrounding environment and need.
Adaptivity The building is able to adapt to different purposes (work or leisure) for different types of occupants (single person or family). This ensure a high level of comfort for every occupant in the building without the replacing or installing additional services.
Connectivity In a single housing or office unit, advanced networking will link sensors and components to each other. The single unit will also be linked to other units or buildings, created a multi-layers system in which information is easily accessible to the users, providing further opportunities for performance optimization and resourcesharing.
Economical Efficiency Passive House design in combination with efficient and optimized technical systems achieves major cost savings through the reduction of energy usage. Without the need for expensive cooling or heating systems, investments and operational costs will be cut down as well. All these will increase the value of the building as a whole
Smart Management Networking between all building services (Security, Energy, Waste, Water, Maintenance, etc) will simplify the management of the building for the users. Resources are only used when it is needed
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P H I A
Architecture must always make an attempt to go beyond functionality. Modern architecture itself has to always redefine its task and provide the right solutions concerning material and design. The design itself should emulate forms and patterns found in nature and exist in harmony with the natural environment. At PHIA, we understand that we are in working in an era of „climate change and energy transformation“, therefore we actively seek revolutionary solutions in the area of sustainable building design. We believe that mankind has progressed in the ‚wrong‘ direction in terms of modern development by causing harm to our natural ecosystem and simply slowing down the process is not enough. Instead the solutions have to be regenerative in nature and bring about positive transformation to the earth and the people. PHIA consists of a strategic partnership between several successful and experienced architects, engineers, professors and consultants. We are highly motivated and possess the necessary qualification and expertise to realize passive house building projects from start to completion.
Planning for House Services (Ventilation, Heating, Cooling, Dehumidification)
Planning for Building Digitalization (building 4.0)
Consultation for Architecture, House services and Digitalization
Total Project Management (Design to Final Construction)
Energy Efficiency Consultation (high level)
Best innovated and contemporary Design and Aestehtics
Certification for Passive House and Building 4.0
New Building and Retrofitting
A r c h i t e k tu r W e r k s a tt V a l l e n t i n e G m BH In 1996, Gernot and Rena Vallentin founded ArchitekturWerkstatt Vallentin GmbH . Since then, they have realised many exemplary Passive House flagship projects within Germany and internationally. Their notable projects includes the world’s first Passive House school (Germany), the Youth Guest House and the LOHAS Seminar Building (Largest Passive House in Korea and Winner of the International Passive House Award 2014) and the recently completed Passive House Experience Center in Qingdao/ China. Both Passive House planners focuses their work on beautiful comtemporary design, optimal technical solution and cost effective implementation. They have worked alongside the Passive House Institut and the Bavarian Ministry of Economics to develope the Passive House PLUS Standard for artic and tropical climates, the Building 4.0 Standard. For his work and contributions, Gernot Vallentine has been awarded the ‘Bavarian Environment Award’ in 2007 and the ‘Federal Cross of Merit’ by the Republic of Germany in 2012.
P r o f . D r . H e l m ut h G e s c h Former Vice-President and scientific director of the Micro Systems Technology Cluster at UAS (University of Applied Siences) Landshut in Bavaria, Prof. Dr. Helmuth Gesch is an expert in Passive House concepts. He has been involved in Energy Plus Buildings, where Home Automation and Energy Storage systems were intergrated to obtain a high level of self-sustaining energy sufficiency. At present, he is actively transferring this modern building concept to the ASEAN region.
Stefanos Pallantzas Civil Engineer (NTU Athens, specialised in major project management), Certified Passive House Designer and Accredited Building Certifier, Co-founder and president of the board of the Hellenic Passive House Institute, member of the Affiliates Council of the International Passive House Association (iPHA) and the Scientific Committee of the International Passive House Conference. Accredited Passive House Course Trainer by Passive House Institute In 2009 he successfully completed the first Passive House Standard in Greece. Since then he actively supports new PH projects in several cities in Greece, Cyprus and Turkey and the Mediterranean area. He has made several presentations about the Passive House Standard in the broadcast media and at several events in Greece, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Cyprus and Turkey.
Prof. Dr. Karl Wagner Since 1998, Prof. Wagner has received wide international exposure and reputation in management and green technology. He is one of the pioneers of green buildings in Malaysia and is instrumental in creating the ‘Green and Energy Efficient Buildings’ engineering masters program, a joint-venture cooperation between University Kuala Lumpur and University of Applied Sciences Rosenheim. Prof. Wagner has conducted ground-breaking research for sustainable tropical housing and the first countrywide geothermal research with geophysicists from Universiti Sains Malaysia / School of Physics. He is also a frequent guest speaker at conferences related to green buildings. Currently, he is working as a full-time Busieness and Marketing Professor at University Kuala Lumpur Buisness School and oversees several projects on green housing and renewable energies.
Design Process Basic Evaluation First Acquaintance -Visit to similar Passive House projects - Agreement on cooperation between client and PHiA
- PHIA Preliminary Design with Presentation - Design arrangement and Cooperation with Design Institute on Site (considering regulations and laws of the country)
- Establish Contract consitions - Task and Responsibilities between PHiA and Client
- PHIA Architectural Design with Presentation
- Visit on site: decision on feasibility of the project
- Establishing Project Basics
- Cooperation with Passivhaus Institut Darmstadt: PHPP, CertiďŹ cation
- PHiA Presentation of Architectural Design for PH outer shell construction and PH housing technology - On Site workshop for Detailed Planning - Integrated Detailed Planning and Execution Planning reviewing - Handover PHiA's Detailed Planning
Detailed/ Final Design
B asic A ssessment
P reliminary D esign
A rchitectural D esign
Preliminary fixing of the numbers of rooms and room sizes in coordination with the client for each floor including the associated ancillary space
Ground floor concept (functional areas, simple perspective drawings), not any elaborate renderings during this phase. Scale: 1:1000 to 1:200 [all floor plans, all elevation, 2 sections]
PHIA delivers modified floor plans, facades, sections and perspectives based on the consulting results regarding the concept design. In this design period the used materials and components, will be defined and approved. Those concerning are: -air-tight building envelope - high-efficient insulation - triple gazing windows - high-efficient ventilation system
Define room requirements in coordination with the client (precursor for the preliminary design); First visit to the site and meeting regarding the task with the client due to confirming the project specifications and clarification of design brief.
Coordination with local DI, responsible for: - building permission - technical implementa- tion planning - structural analysis. Coordination with the specialist engineer, responsible for: - design of air ventilation - heating and cooling equipment Coordination with Passive House Institute, responsible for the certification.
When needed, PHIA will establish further contact between the client and german manufacturers. Scale: 1:100 [all floor plans, all elevation, 2 sections] To ensure PH Standard, PHIA will hand over German product information about characteristic values of the needed products (material/ components). The Client/ local DI will check for reference products in the local market with comparable values. If comparable products are available, those will be installed, if not, the German reference products will be used. Coordination with the local DI, responsible for the planning application and for the implementation planning. Coordination with German specialist engineers, responsible for the implementation design of air ventilation, heating- and cooling equipment. Coordination with Passive House Institute, responsible for the PH certification, during building process.
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Quality Control - On Site quality control: possible corraction during construction process - Building construciton supervision concerning Passive House requirements - Workshop Building Construction
Certification Passive House - Cooperation with Passivhaus Institut Darmstadt: PHPP Calculation adjustments due to building modiﬁcation during design process - Cooperation with Passivhaus Institut Darmstadt: Possible PHPP Calculation adjustments during construction process Certiﬁcation Passive House
Certified Passive House Building
D etail D esign
B uilding C onstruction S uipervision
PHIA will create leading details, especially suitable for Passive House Standard, the facade design (with proposed materials): -facade sections -envelope surface details with optimized U-Values -defining thermal controlled volume/ non controlled volume -optimized facade -modify detail planning based on calcu- lations done by Passive House Institute
To ensure PH Standard, PHIA will hand over German product information about characteristic values of the needed products (material/ components). The Client/ local DI will check for reference products on the local market with comparable values. If comparable products are available, those will be installed, if not, the German reference products will be used. PHIA will consult with GSE and make a final review on the proposed local products (by Client/local DI) and decide on which materials/ components are going to be installed on site. Scale: 1:5 – 1:20 [approx.30 details] Scale: 1:50 [overview section]
PH R equirements
PHIA will provide consulting services in respect of quality supervision and quality management based on PH requirements. AWV guarantees permanent quality management during the entire construction period. During the construction period, PHIA ensures that a PH experienced staff, will visit the site regularly (estimated 1 visit in 1 month, estimated duration of stay per visit: 1 – 2 days). If the client wants to ensure a permanent quality consulting on site, PHIA‘s staff can stay during the whole construction period. In addition to the onsite quality control staff, appointed by PHIA, the managing director of PHIA will visit the site regularly to ensure the PH standard. Estimated visits during construction period: 3–4 visits (see planning quotation plan attached)
PH C alculation + C ertification Pre-PHPP: prerequisite to optimize the planning PHPP: constant update to optimize the planning - Integration of the results of a necessary building simulation and PHPP calculation updates. Passive House Institute, Prof. Dr. Feist (PHI), collaborates with AWV and will be responsible for certification. Services of certification includes: consulting, simulation calculations, certification etc. To achieve “Passive House” standard, quality consulting is essential. Estimated building construction duration: is to be agreed with the client
Estimated duration of stay per visit: 1-2 days. PHIA‘s German offices will remain in constant contact with their experts and offer support to the site visiting experts when needed.
PASSIVE HOUSE BUIL
Technical Passivehouse Experience Centre Certified Passive House PLUS Qingdao, PR China
Client Floor Space Heat Demand Cooling Demand+ Dehumidification Primary Energy Demand Renewable Completion
Sino-German Eco Parc 11 145 m2 10 kWh/(m2a) -estimate 20 kWh/(m2a) -estimate
58 kWh/(m2a) -estimate 124 kWh/(mÂ˛a) Sept. 2016
DINGS WORLDWIDE LOHAS Academy Certified Passive House Korea‘s biggest Certified Passive House Goesan, South Korea
Client Pulmuone Floor Space 2 477 m2 Volume 13 846 m3 Heating Demand 8 kWh/(m2a) Cooling Demand 15 kWh/(m2a) Dehumidification 7,3 W/m² Primary Energy Demand 119 kWh/(m2a) Completion 2013 Award Passivhaus Award 2014
Administration Building of the Wastewater Treatment Association Passive House Plus Standard Erding, Germany Client Abwasserzweckverband Erdinger Moos Floor Space 1 337 m2 Volume 456 m3 Heat Demand 14 kWh/(m2a) Primary Energy Demand 62 kWh/(m2a) PV production 72 kWh/(mÂ˛a) Completion 2013
PASSI VE HOUSE i nter national ARCHI T ECTURE
Dornbergstrasse 13 DE-81673 Munich | Germany t: +49 89 4626 1790 e: firstname.lastname@example.org www.vallentin-architektur.de
Sven Ring Sino/German Ecopark Building Rm. 209 2877, Tuanjie Rd., Huangdao Distr. CN - 266555 Qingdao | P.R. China t: +86 187 66212069 e: email@example.com
ArchitekturWerkstatt Vallentin GmbH Gernot & Rena Vallentin DE-81673 Munich | Germany t: +49 89 4626 1790 e: firstname.lastname@example.org www.vallentin-architektur.de
Co n c e p t Co n s u l t & S e r v i c e Prof. Dr. Helmuth Gesch Pfannenstiel 18 DE-84184 Tiefenbach | Germany t: +49 8709 95348 e: email@example.com www.concept-consult-service.de
B u s i n e s s a n d m ar k e t i n g Prof. Dr. Karl Wagner University of Kuala Lumpur Jalan Sultan Ismail 1016 MY - 50350 Kuala Lumpur | Malaysia t: +60 11 28634569 e: firstname.lastname@example.org PROJECT 15 Consulting and Management Stefanos Pallantzas Anastaseos Str. 112 GR-15669 Papagou Athens | Greece t: +30 211 4081109 e: email@example.com www.passive.gr
Published on Sep 14, 2016
Published on Sep 14, 2016
An introduction to Passive House Design and Application in tropical countries. Building 4.0 concept is also introduced to further compliment...