Plushuset in Juniskär

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On a field trip to Plushuset in Juniskär, you will receive an overview of sustainable construction as well as how important a good climate shell is for constructing an energy-efficient building. The building in Juniskär is equipped with solar cells, solar panels, a heat recycling system and a green roof made of sedum (stonecrops). The building provides more electricity than it consumes, which is why it is referred to as a “Plushus” (Plus Building).
The Koljern technique is used in the building’s foundation, walls and roof. The Koljern technique is a unique, patented method for building Building Envelope. With one base element, you can build the foundation for the house, the outer walls, cantilevered roofs and decks, all with the same base element. The element is clad in various ways depending on where it will be placed in the building.
Koljern technique uses flat sheets (elements). The elements are insulated with cellular glass slabs and lightweight aluminium beams. 75% of the cellular glass is recycled glass. This construction technique provides an energy-efficient, anti-damp, ecological and sustainable building with a long life. The elements eliminate all moisture and mould problems that are so common in buildings today.

Town: Kvissleby
Find us: Juniskärsvägen 180
Contact: Åke Mård
Telephone: 0+46 (0)70- 576 03 92
Visiting: Year-round
Duration: 1-2 hours
Languages: Swedish
Number: 10 people
Technology supplier: MRD Bygg

Miljöteknik, energi & klimat