Turkey’s first certified Passive House saves over 90% in energy use
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The 310-square-meter building was constructed in 2013 in collaboration between local architects EG Mimarlık Planlama ve Kentsel Tasarım and partners in Germany-German architecture company r-m-p acted as the passive house technical specialist, while Turkish company Izocam provided the insulation. The building accommodates the offices of the Human Resource Center of Gaziantep Municipality and includes a small auditorium, as well as other rooms for educational purposes. The original building was designed...