Passive House Institute’s first certified building in Cantabria

North American influenced project, both in its aesthetics and in the construction system used: lightweight timber framing.

Certified Passive House Classic

South facing segmented roof, looking for the sun

Inside it is organized in half floors and the wooden structure is visible in a large main space that visually communicates two levels.

Wooden structure and rotund volumetry

Its elevated location is used to enjoy the privileged views as well as exceptional sunshine.

Simplicity on the outside and spatial richness on the inside

Large windows to the south for maximum solar capture, necessary in a climate with very cold winters.

Maximum compactness, minimum consumption

The envelope surface is minimized (except to the south) to reduce energy losses.