The sixth episode of our UK/Ireland-based Building Performance Interactive series focuses on the sustainable design and construction of wood modular co-housing developments. The adoption of high-performance techniques and materials into the building envelope facilitates the delivery of thermal efficiency.
We visit the Agorahaverne project in Denmark built to play its part in the circular economy, resulting in a housing concept with the smallest possible CO2 footprint and the largest possible reusability. Brian Søndergaard Hansen, Technical Director of FlexModul, and Morten Kudahl, Product Manager of Kliima, provide a video tour of the project and the FlexModul factory, sharing their experience on the technology and best practices incorporated.
The building’s structure made from prefabricated CLT modules is characterized by eco-friendly, high-quality solutions. This project demonstrates how energy-efficient components can improve buildings’ energy performance.