76-year-old Funkis home in Norway gets a Passive House makeover
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The original four-bedroom Funkis ‘functionalist style’ house, built in the 1930s was completely renovated, keeping only the base walls, wooden structure, staircase and chimney in their original form. A minimalist approach was maintained throughout the house, with sustainability as the main guiding idea behind the renovation project. The owner and architect Lasse Haldrup Juul chose Kebony because of its superior environmental credentials as an environmentally friendly softwood produced in Norway. Related:...