Top Passive House Tweets of the Last Week - May 15, 2023
May 15th, 2023
Here are the top tweets from last week!
Don't be sad if you can't build with cereal straw, other plants have beautiful high performance fibres too. pic.twitter.com/kJkMDvHDR2— Michael Burchert (@BurchertMichael) May 21, 2023
High performance meets low impact materials— Juraj Mikurcik (@JurajMikurcik) May 16, 2023
Brilliant to see Parc y Rhodyn on the shortlist for 2023 UK #passivhaus awards 🥳https://t.co/GFss1mm96r pic.twitter.com/50ImbcxjUU
Great final airtightness result of 0.12Ach @50Pa yesterday at our new #passivhaus nearing completion. Well done to the builders. 👍🏼🎉 @thermalimageguy @PassivhausTrust #lowenergy #Sustainability #scotland #naturalmaterials #Paperigloo pic.twitter.com/yL7b16EyB8— Paper Igloo Architecture (@paperigloovoice) May 19, 2023
We are happy to report that our latest Passivhaus projects, Leather Gardens and Sutton Road are progressing nicely. They will provide 21 and 29 new affordable homes respectively for the L B of Newham.#passivhaus #socialhousing #affordablehousing @NewhamLondon @KindBuilders pic.twitter.com/2Qw9P4AIqB— Tooley Foster (@TooleyFoster) May 22, 2023
Exhibit registration for PhiusCon 2023 is now open! Secure your spot to get your product in front of hundreds of decision makers in the high-performance building industry.— Phius (@PHIUS1) May 18, 2023
Booth registration: https://t.co/W6qub5rnY3#phiuscon #phiuscon2023 #passivehouse #passivehouseconference pic.twitter.com/GCGrkXSnpL
What are the benefits of #PassiveHouse? @PassivhausTrust put together a benefits guide, identifying almost 50 types of benefits to help bolster any business case for adopting a #PassiveHouse strategy or project.— International Passive House Association (@the_iPHA) May 20, 2023
If you haven't yet, check it out!https://t.co/c18er9lNk8 pic.twitter.com/gQXMvbs103
Just someone trying to get the construction industry to #builtbeyondcode and #passivehouse is a great standard to target https://t.co/JTdhjQ2LIR— Shaun St-Amour (@Shaun_Footprint) May 19, 2023
For decades, cities have *required* that much of their surface area be used only for parking cars. This is incredibly wasteful. Paris and New York have begun to let people use public space more sensibly. I argue in @BDonline that we should follow suit.https://t.co/rC6SDYZu6J pic.twitter.com/8HDMjSNViI— Samuel Hughes (@SCP_Hughes) May 22, 2023
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