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Energy-efficient and affordable living in Huldenberg

Q2 2021
Our SAM in a small energy efficient pilot house

With the European InterregB Project 'Housing 4.0 Energy', Kamp C and the Province of Flemish Brabant, together with other European project partners, set out to find out how they could make zero-energy housing feasible for everyone. For the units in Huldenberg, they built six small-scale low-energy houses on a former campsite and weekend accommodation site that was transformed into a zone for small-scale living. Four of these will be filled with SAM.

Small and energy-efficient living with SAM

For the 4 small houses in Huldenberg the choice was made to work together with SAM. This super compact SAM houses the kitchen, bathroom and all utilities on a minimal surface. For the first time we placed an open bathroom that creates a spacious feeling.

In this European project, which focuses on reducing CO2, various affordable and energy-efficient designs were built in the other countries. The designs will be displayed on a digital platform where you can see the influence of the choices of materials and dimensions on the energy consumption, the footprint and the cost price of a house. The houses in Flemish Brabant will first be rented out to small households to test whether they meet all the needs and wishes.

In cooperation with Bast Architecten, Inhout, Overal architectuur, VOLTA and VMSW, we strive for climate-friendly houses at a competitive price, which can also be used in social housing with a small adjustment in the modular design. We are happy to be part of this socially innovative project.

Want to know more about this project? Our project partner Camp C wrote an article about it. You can find it here.

# Trees planted:
CO2 emissions saved:
10.1 T
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