Here are the top tweets from last week!
We all get to vote for this year’s #PHTawards2021 winner!— Debbie Mauger (@DebbieAnadapta) June 16, 2021
So check out the shortlisted projects (https://t.co/XAmvFFouw1)
Then tune in to the @PassivhausTrust awards event to vote for your favourite #Passivhaus building - online 30th June at 15.00 BST (https://t.co/YWg6RpjLdJ) https://t.co/p69UjBLReb pic.twitter.com/IuGN4P1e7i
Passivhaus klaxon! Next weekend it's the summer Passivhaus Open Days. @PassivhausTrust has info at https://t.co/fDjg8p0hEg but - maybe I'm biased here - in amongst the fun why not join our online event exploring a holistic view of Passivhaus and carbon? https://t.co/GLZOEyJMdN— Phil Bixby (@PhilBixby) June 20, 2021
When completed, the 75,000 sqm building will be the largest ever to get Passivhaus certification (but for how long?). A complete mixed use building, just the office component is targeting Passivhaus certification#passivhaus #passivehouse #efficiencyfirsthttps://t.co/GmIFRqLxZQ pic.twitter.com/JXn1eHCJiu— Elrond Burrell (he/him) (@ElrondBurrell) June 16, 2021
We are delighted that work on #GirtonTownCharity’s latest Almshouse project, Dovehouse Court will start shortly. We are working with #BarnesConstruction to deliver the project. The scheme comprises 15 Passivhaus almshouses & an office for the Charity.#passivehouse #almshousing pic.twitter.com/vX4uGNJG5x— Mole Architects (@MoleArchitects) June 16, 2021
Climate advisers warn UK housing is not ready for deadly heatwaves ….. unless it’s one of Exeter’s passivhaus homes developed by @ExeterCouncil & @ExeCityLiving . climate scientists @UniofExeter ensure climate resilience to 2080 https://t.co/mP0tj4GO1f— Emma Osmundsen (@EmmaOsmun) June 16, 2021