Kasel by Architekten Stein Hemmes Wirtz
by Ted Savage / September 24, 2013
Energy efficiency in solid wood and stone, Kasel by Architekten Stein Hemmes Wirtz, in Kazel, Germany, is an office/ house that easily converts to a residential home.


It's airtight and thermal-bridge free, with a heat recovery ventilation system, triple-glazed windows, and solar panels on the south-facing section of the roof. Oak and slate are locally sourced. Photos by Linda Blatzek. Via ArchDaily.


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