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Mass Timber + PH | An All-Timber Neighborhood in Berlin
March 11 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Presented: by Christoph Deimel
Credits: 1 credit point (PHI)
An All-Timber Neighborhood in Berlin, Weißensee. This neighborhood is all about sustainable living for all generations and the social context of a neighborhood. The buildings are not just constructed as mass timber but also apply the passive house concept. The result is an amazing reduction in carbon emissions but also a substantial reduction of the embodied carbon we usually see in our buildings.
- Understand the key features of mass timber construction
- Discuss the benefits of carbon reduction.
- Understand the relationship between mass timber and passive house
- Understand the guiding principles for designing high performance mass timber assemblies using the passive house principals
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