Project gallery
pro clima products in construction practice

Inspirational designs – revealing insights

From innovative passive house designs in Sweden to the conversion of an old barn into a craft brewery in Canada or circular timber construction methods in Japan – all around the world, architects and project planners are incorporating pro clima solutions into their mould-breaking designs.

Here you can find out more about striking building projects that use pro clima products.

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Silver Bark House, Northern Ireland

A sleek passive house new-build that blends into the surrounding landscape.



National Library, Canberra, Australia

Retrofit low-pitched roof after storm damage to a heritage building



Sustainable students’ residences in Mannheim, Germany

This modern student accommodation building meets the German KfW 40 requirements for energy efficiency.



ROOTS in Hamburg, Germany

19 storeys, 16 of which are built with timber construction – this will be Germany’s tallest timber structure building.



Mediterranean passive house in Barcelona, Spain

Refurbishment of a century-old house in line with the international EnerPHit certificate for retrofits on existing buildings.



New-build in suburban Tallinn, Estonia

Suburban residence that uses sustainable solutions to ensure pleasant, healthy indoor air.



SPARK office development in Berlin, Germany

The hybrid timber SPARK project in Berlin will create a fertile breeding ground for nurturing innovative ideas.



Campus RO in Rosenheim, Germany

Built using an innovative hybrid timber construction method, these new students’ residences achieve a high level of living comfort and functionality.



Innovative passive house in Stommen, Sweden

Series construction: Circuitus 2.0 is an innovative blueprint design for passive houses.



‘Circular’ timber construction in Sanu, Japan

As part of the SANU 2nd Home project in the countryside around Tokyo, renewable raw materials are being used and circular material flows created in order to minimise environmental impact.



Townhouse in Brooklyn, New York City, USA

Refurbishment and a complete interior refit helped this residence in New York City achieve certified Passive House standard.



Passive house close to Christchurch, New Zealand

This project demonstrates that passive house performance is not beyond the reach of middle-income families in New Zealand.