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Passive house in the woods slideshow

  1. 1. Tim Delhey EianDesigner
  2. 2. one driven client
  3. 3. one ambitious idea 0
  4. 4. core principles • Extreme energy efficiency • Minimal footprint • Site integration • Healthy interiors • Durable construction • Warm modern design • Attention to detail • Meticulous execution
  5. 5. location
  6. 6. location Great view
  7. 7. front entry
  8. 8. front entry
  9. 9. details
  10. 10. south facade
  11. 11. south facade
  12. 12. southwest corner
  13. 13. southwest corner
  14. 14. decks
  15. 15. details
  16. 16. stair tower
  17. 17. stair tower
  18. 18. the plank
  19. 19. walkout level 11IN THE WOODS0 4 8 16 9 10 WALKOUT 12 5 1 Family 2 Storage 7 8 3 Guest bath 6 4 Electrical, water 5 Ventilation 6 Hall 7 Closet 1 14 2 3 4 8 Built-ins 9 Stair tower 10 Storage 13 11 Root cellar 12 Bench 13 Outdoor shower 14 Murphy beds 15 15 Drain to rain garden
  20. 20. impressions
  21. 21. impressions
  22. 22. main levelIN THE WOODS0 4 8 16 12 11 14 MAIN LEVEL 1 Living 2 Dining 8 7 10 3 Kitchen 6 4 Powder 5 Closet 6 Entry 5 7 Pantry 9 8 Fishtank 13 2 3 9 Wood wall 1 10 Entry patio 4 11 Garage 12 Stair tower 13 Deck 14 Parking 15 PV tracker
  23. 23. impressions
  24. 24. impressions
  25. 25. impressions
  26. 26. upper levelIN THE WOODS0 4 8 16 7 8 UPPER LEVEL 6 1 Master 2 Bed room 5 4 9 3 Bath 4 Laundry 5 Built-ins 6 "Plank" 7 Stair tower 8 Green roof 9 Canopy roof 1 2 3 10 Window seat 10
  27. 27. impressions
  28. 28. impressions
  29. 29. rooftop terraceIN THE WOODS0 4 8 16 2 ROOF 1 Rooftop terrace 2 Stair tower 3 4 3 Photovoltaic 4 Solar thermal 5 Weather station 1 5
  30. 30. impressions
  31. 31. view
  32. 32. measurable results
  33. 33. phpp Passive House Verification 110 S Race St # 202 Urbana, IL 61801 USA Certificate THE PASSIVE HOUSE INSTITUTE US certifies Building: Passive House in the Woods Passive House in the Woods, 908 Kirkwood Way North, Town of Hudson, WI 54016 Location and Climate: Town of Hudson, WI Minneapolis TMY3 Owner: Gary Konkol Street: 908 Kirkwood Way North Postcode/City: Town of Hudson, WI 54016 Architect/Designer : Tim Eian/TE Studio, Ltd., Minneapolis MN Country: USA Mechanical Systems: TE Studio, Ltd. & Luefta GmbH, Minneapolis MN Building Type: Single Family Detached Builder: Morr Construction Services, Inc., Shoreview, MN Home Owner(s) / Client(s): Gary Konkol Street: 1 Kinsman as a Postcode/City: Hudson, WI 54016 Architect: Street: Tim Eian/TE Studio, Ltd. 3429 Benjamin St. NE Quality Approved Passive House Postcode/City: Minneapolis, MN 55418 The planning of this building meets the criteria for Passive Houses established by Mechanical System: TE Studio, Ltd. & Luefta GmbH the Passive House Institute. Street: 3429 Benjamin St. NE If built as specified, the building will meet the following performance standards: Postcode/City: Minneapolis, MN 55418 • The building features excellent insulation all around and best-practice detailing of component connection Year of Construction: 2010 0.20 with regard to building physics. Appropriate summer shading has been considered. Heating and cooling A/V Ratio: demands each are limited to Number of Dwelling Units: 1 Interior Temperature: 20.0 °C 15 kWh per m² living area and year [4.75 kBTU/ft²yr] or 10 W/m² [3.17 BTU/ft²] peak Enclosed Volume Ve: 820.5 m3 Internal Heat Gains: 2.1 W/m2 load Number of Occupants: 2.0 • The building envelope features excellent air tightness in accordance with ISO 9972, thereby guaranteeing the minimization of ventilation losses and an interior free of drafts. The air change rate of the buildingSpecific Demands with Reference to the Treated Floor Area envelope at 50 Pascal pressure differential is limited to Treated Floor Area: 164.5 m2 0.6 ACH, in reference to the building’s volume Applied: #N/A PH Certificate: Fulfilled? • The building features a balanced ventilation system with high-rate filters, highly efficient heat recovery Specific Space Heat Demand: 11 kWh/(m2 a) 15 kWh/(m2 a) Yes and low electric power consumption. The result is excellent indoor air quality as well as an exceptionally low energy consumption overall. Annual Heat Demand QH 1740 kWh/a • The primary energy demand for space conditioning, domestic hot water, ventilation and household Pressurization Test Result: 0.3 h -1 0.6 h-1 Yes electricity, under normal conditions, is below Specific Primary Energy Demand 120 kWh per m² living area and year [38 kBTU/ft²yr] (DHW, Heating, Cooling, Auxiliary and Household Electricity) : 65 kWh/(m2 a) 120 kWh/(m2a) Yes Specific Primary Energy Demand This certificate is valid only in conjunction with the requisite supporting documents containing the exact (DHW, Heating and Auxiliary Electricity) : 41 kWh/(m2 a) specifications and values upon which certification is based. Passive Houses are highly comfortable in Specific Primary Energy Demand summer as well as in winter and can be conditioned with very little energy input, e.g. by fresh air heating and Energy Conservation by Solar Electricity: 79 kWh/(m2 a) cooling. The building shell of a Passive House has uniformly warm interior surfaces: interior surface Heating Load: 17 W/m2 temperatures of exterior shell components differ insignificantly from the indoor air temperatures. Under Heating Load PH 2869 W normal conditions, the occurrence of drafts has been eliminated completely by means of the superior air Frequency of Overheating: 2 % over 25 °C tightness. The ventilation system steadily assures excellent indoor air quality. Space conditioning costs in a 1 15 kWh/(m2a) Yes Passive House are very low. Due to the extremely low energy consumption, Passive Houses offer a security Specific Useful Cooling Energy Demand: kWh/(m2 a) against future rise in energy prices and energy scarcity. Moreover the environment is ideally protected as Cooling Load: 7 W/m 2 energy resources are spent very economically and only small amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other pollutants are emitted.We confirm that the values given herein have been Issued on: Issued: Urbana, Sep 19, 2010determined following the PHPP methodology and basedon the characteristic values of the building. The calculations signed: Katrin Klingenberg, Executive Director, PHIUSwith PHPP are attached to this application.
  34. 34. heating load10.6 kWh/(m2 a) [3.36 kBTU/sf yr](limit: 15 kWh or 4.75 kBTU)about 30% less than Passive House requirement
  35. 35. heating load2,869 Watts or 17W/m2Does not meet PH limit of 10W/m2 for heatingover the air: Cold-climate conundrum
  36. 36. source energy 106 kWh/(m 2 a) [33.6 kBTU/sf yr] Verification with 4.7 people 65 kWh/(m2 a) [20.6 kBTU/sf yr] Design with 2 people (limit: 120 kWh or 38.05 kBTU)
  37. 37. energy balance3,980 kWh projected electricity use6,750 kWh projected electricity generation
  38. 38. Utilisation Factor Heat Generator (Boiler worksheet) 0% Annual Energy Demand (without DHW Wash&Dish) (Boiler worksheet) 0.0 0.0 0.0 co2 footprint Non-Electric Demand, DHW Wash&Dish (Electricity worksheet) 0.0 0.0 0.0 Total Heating Oil/Gas/Wood 0.0 0.0 0.0 CO2 -Emission Factor (CO2 - District Heat PE Value Equivalent) Covered Fraction of Space Heat Demand (Project) kWh/kWh g/kWh Covered Fraction of DHW Demand (Project) 0.7 -70 Heat Source (District Heat worksheet) Utilisation Factor Heat Generator (District Heat worksheet) 0% Heat Demand District Heat (without DHW Wash&Dish) (District Heat worksheet) 0.0 0.0 0.0 Non-Electric Demand, DHW Wash&Dish (Electricity worksheet) 0.0 0.0 0.0 Total District Heat 0.0 0.0 0.0 CO2 -Emission Factor (CO2 - Other PE Value Equivalent) Covered Fraction of Space Heat Demand (Project) kWh/kWh g/kWh Covered Fraction of DHW Demand (Project) Heat Source (Project) Utilisation Factor Heat Generator (Project) Annual Energy Demand, Space Heating 0.0 0.0 0.0 Annual Energy Demand, DHW (without DHW Wash&Dish) 0.0 0.0 0.0 Non-Electric Demand, DHW Wash&Dish (Electricity worksheet) 0.0 0.0 0.0 Non-Electric Demand Cooking/Drying (Gas) (Blatt Strom) 0.0 0.0 0.0 Total - Other 0.0 0.0 0.0 CO2 -Emission Factor (CO2 - Cooling with Electric Heat Pump PE Value Equivalent) kWh/kWh g/kWh Covered Fraction of Cooling Demand (Project) 100% 2.7 680 Heat Source Electricity Annual Cooling COP Energy Demand Space Cooling 0.0 0.0 0.0 Heating, Cooling, DHW, Auxiliary and Household Electricity 24.2 65.4 16.5 Total PE Value 65.4 kWh/(m²a) Total Emissions CO2-Equivalent 16.5 kg/(m²a) (Yes/No) Primary Energy Requirement 120 kWh/(m²a) Yes Heating, DHW, Auxiliary Electricity (No Household Applications) 15.1 40.8 10.3 Specific PE Demand - Mechanical System 40.8 kWh/(m²a) Total Emissions CO2-Equivalent 10.3 kg/(m²a) Solar Electricity kWh/a PE Value (Savings) CO2 -Emission Factor Planned Annual Electricity Generation Separate Calculation 6475 kWh/kWh g/kWh 0.7 250 Specific Demand 39.4 27.6 9.8 PE Value: Conservation by Solar Electricity 78.7 kWh/(m²a) CO2 -Emissions Avoided Due to Solar Electricity 16.9 kg/(m²a)PHPP 2007, PE Value Konkol PHPP-after submiss
  39. 39. air tightness0.25 ACH50 [68 CFM]Averaged Tectite Result(limit: 0.6 ACH50)
  40. 40. assemblies
  41. 41. slab
  42. 42. footing
  43. 43. walls 11” ICF+11” EIFS
  44. 44. more of the same
  45. 45. walls
  46. 46. walls
  47. 47. thermal bridges
  48. 48. managing protrusions SOUTH FACE OF LATTICE WALL (EXTERIOR) SCHEDULE EXTERIOR EAST ELEVATION 1. PV INVERTER (EC) AT FRONT ENTRY - MIRRORED! 13.8"H X 17.8" W X 9.3"D 2. 100-AMP SERVICE FOR PV SYSTEMS (EC) 7-10" 13"H X 14"W X 4.25"D 4" 4" 3. 300-AMP ELECTRICAL PANEL (EHS) 2" 9" 8" 1-3" 4" 4 SIZE T.B.D. 4. PHONE/CABLE BOX (EHS) SIZE T.B.D. 5. 320-AMP ELECTRICAL METER (EHS) 7 6 5 4 30"H X 15"W 6. 100-AMP SOLAR PRODUCTION METER (EC) 12"H X 8"W 7. 60-AMP SOLAR AC DISCONNECT (EC) OUTSIDE 3/4" CONDUIT DC FROM POLE PV (EC) 14"H X 9"W 3/4" CONDUIT: AC TO POLE PV (EC) INCOMING AC FROM METER (EHS) INSIDE TO EXTERIOR GROUND (EHS) 1" CONDUIT: TO AC DISCONNECT (EC) FROM ROOF PV (EC) CONDUIT TO GARAGE NOTES - SCHEMATIC LAYOUT - VERIFY DIMENSIONS IN THE FIELD TO LOW VOLTAGE PANEL - RUN EXPOSED EXTERIOR CONDUIT PLUMB TO PROTRUSION, AVOID BENDS AND OFFSETS KEY OUTBOUND LINE SPACE FOR CL LUTRON 1 2 3 SYSTEM INBOUND LINE 8-3 3/8" 1 1 CONNECTION MIN. INVERTER CLEARANCE (PER EC) (EC) = ENERGY CONCEPTS (EHS) = ENHANCED HOME SYSTEMS 5 10-3 1/4" INTERIOR EAST ELEVATION AT MECHANICAL ROOM NOTE: DETAIL IS SUBJECT TO PRIOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL BY SUPPLIER AND INSTALLER, MAINTAIN AIR-TIGHTNESS! TE STUDIO, LTD. PASSIVE HOUSE IN THE WOODS A-7.3.1 3429 BENJAMIN ST. NE MECHANICAL ROOM EAST SCALE: 1/2" = 1-0" MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55418 Date printed: 11/2/10 612-246-4670 office 612-605-3200 fax PH-01 Konkol [testudioserver] www.teStudio.com Drawn by: JCC, TDE
  49. 49. managing protrusions REFERENCE DETAILS: SUGGESTED INSTALLATION: - STO W 260 1) INSTALL PIPE 2) INSTALL COMPRESSION TAPE NOTE: 3) INSULATE TIGHT TO PIPE AND COMPRESS TAPE - USE ONLY STO CERTIFIED SEALANT 4) INSTALL FINISH SYSTEM - COLOR MATCH CAULK TO FACADE COLOR 11" EIFS 11" ICF EXTERIOR INTERIOR 12" PE PIPE, SLEEVE FILL GAPS WITH EXPANSION FOAM STO GUARD SCHEDULED WALL FINISH WET FLASHING SYSTEM SEALANT JOINT BRING INSULATION TAPE ICF TO DUCT, TIGHT TO PIPE AIR-TIGHT CONNECTION 2" ARMAFLEX PIPE INSULATION COMPRESSION TAPE INSULATED DUCT O.D. 180MM (LUEFTA) CUT BACK FINISH AND CAULK NOTE: DETAIL IS SUBJECT TO PRIOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL BY SUPPLIER AND INSTALLER, MAINTAIN AIR-TIGHTNESS! TE STUDIO, LTD. PASSIVE HOUSE IN THE WOODS A-8.2.3 3429 BENJAMIN ST. NE TYPICAL DUCT WALL PROTRUSION SCALE: 1 1/2"= 1-0" MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55418 Date printed: 11/2/10 612-246-4670 office 612-605-3200 fax PH-01 Konkol [testudioserver] www.teStudio.com Drawn by: TDE
  50. 50. making connections EXTERIOR INTERIOR STO GUARD 11" 3" WET-FLASHING SYSTEM 4" 4" X 4" MOUNTING BRACKET INSULATED PANEL FOR WAREMA SHADE (OPTIWIN) SYSTEM (OPTIWIN) VACUUM INSULATED PANEL TALLEST ASSEMBLY (OPTIWIN), HANDLE WITH -SHOWN EXTREME CARE! DO NOT APPROX. 13-5/8" PUNCTURE, STRESS, OR BEND SHORTEST ASSEMBLY -NOT SHOWN AIR TIGHT CONNECTION APPROX. 11-1/16" DOUBLE SIDED BUTYL TAPE PER MANF. (OPTIWIN) STO EIFS ICE & WATER SHIELD SUBSTRATE (OPTIWIN) 1 1/4" LSL FRAMING BUCK WAREMA SHADING UNIT, SHOWN FOR REFERENCE ONLY REFERENCE DETAILS: - STO W 710 ROUGH OPENING NOTE: VERIFY DIMENSIONS WITH ACTUAL PRODUCT 3 1/16" 5 5/8" 3 1/4" 1/4" 7 9/16" 3 1/4" 4 3/4" PLASTER RETURN DRIP EDGE 3" 11" WAREMA TRACK "ALU2WOOD" WINDOW (OPTIWIN) (OPTIWIN) NOTE: DETAIL IS SUBJECT TO PRIOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL BY SUPPLIER AND INSTALLER, MAINTAIN AIR-TIGHTNESS! TE STUDIO, LTD. PASSIVE HOUSE IN THE WOODS A-8.3.2 3429 BENJAMIN ST. NE TYPICAL WINDOW HEAD WITH SHADE SCALE: 3" = 1-0" MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55418 Date printed: 11/2/10 612-246-4670 office 612-605-3200 fax PH-01 Konkol [testudioserver] www.teStudio.com Drawn by: TDE
  51. 51. making connections
  52. 52. making connections
  53. 53. making connections
  54. 54. making connections
  55. 55. making connections
  56. 56. making connections
  57. 57. making connections
  58. 58. lid
  59. 59. tight connections
  60. 60. ventilation
  61. 61. ventilation
  62. 62. ventilation
  63. 63. earth loop
  64. 64. plumbing
  65. 65. hot water Waste-water heat recovery
  66. 66. backup heat UP DN DN UP T LIV/DIN/KI T 1.4 REF CLO POWDER 5 1.1 1.2 1.3
  67. 67. data logging
  68. 68. greenstar goldENERGY EFFICIENCY gold new home Pending CertificationRESOURCE EFFICIENCYWATER CONSERVATIONINDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITYSITE AND COMMUNITY IMPACT
  69. 69. thanks!testudio.compassivehouseinthewoods.com

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