Case Study 24 – The Passive House

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Project Name: The Passive House

Building Type: Housing

Location: Scotland’s Housing Expo, Milton of Leys, Inverness

Architect: HLM Architects

Project: The Passive House units utilise a locally manufactured timber frame closed panel system, ensuring a high standard of construction quality and accuracy, while providing extremely low U-values and high levels of air-tightness. The panels are made from home grown Scottish timber with an insulated core of recycled glass wool made from 80% recycled glass bottles.

Materials Featured: Scottish timber, Scottish Larch

Case Study 19 – The Timber House

A contemporary reworking of the Highland vernacular, constructed with energy efficient cross-laminated timber, sheathed in profiled metal cladding.

Carbon Conscious Towns Case Studies

These Case Studies identify two towns in Scotland working on the ground to deliver on the 8 Principles of a Carbon Conscious Place: Dumfries and Leven

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