Photo source: ABG Real Estate Group
You will now find the new “Living Isar” complex where the headquarters of lighting manufacturer Osram used to be in Munich. ABG Real Estate Group built 423 flats, an office, two day-care centres and a café on approx. 42000 square metres of floor space.
The residential construction project bo
asts one- to four-bedroom flats up to large roof terrace flats. So-called “additional floor plans” were provided for in the planning. Some of the flats are designed so that they can be connected or separated in a modular fashion at a later date – depending on the living space requirements.
The central location and the direct proximity to the Isar meadows are outstanding. What is known as the “Schollen” of the Isarauen park flow into the property. This creates individual living islands with green open spaces.
27000 square metres of the Kermi panel heating x-net tacker system have been installed in the complex. Comfort is provided through radiant heat and the living space is optimally utilised.
Photo source: ALGABRO Projektgesellschaft
A car-free, green group of buildings called “elements” that has recently been developed is enhancing former Deutsche Bahn site in the Knielingen district of Karlsruhe. The residential complex includes twelve semi-detached houses as well as four apartment blocks with 58 flats.
Despite high sound insulation requirements, the developer has succeeded in creating a harmonious living environment in sustainable construction. The houses are built using ecological timber frame or timber element construction with a kfW standard of 55 or 40, and Kermi products with high energy efficiency are used to fit out the buildings.
Controlled ventilation with heat recovery and energy-saving and efficient underfloor heating ensure comfortable conditions indoors. The heat supply in the detached houses is provided by x-change dynamic air-to-water heat pumps combined with buffer and hot water tanks.
Photo source: Metz-Gruppe
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A home and solar power plant at the same time – in Oberbiel near Solms there is such a future-oriented project. Thanks to a well-designed, sustainable construction method, more energy is produced there than is consumed for the building’s own electricity and heat supply. The builder, Michael Metz, was even awarded the Hessian State Prize for Energy for this work.
The new building with its total of eight residential units also stands out visually from other houses. The wooden frame, the solid ceilings and the insulation are made entirely of wood, a renewable resource. There are 245 solar panels on the roof and walls for energy generation. The energy produced is stored in environmentally friendly, saltwater electricity storage facilities, and surpluses are fed into the power grid.
In addition to the heat pump for heating and cooling, there are eight central systems for controlled ventilation with 90 % heat recovery, including distribution system. All of the living space is heated or cooled as required via underfloor heating.
Photo source: BTT Bauteam Tretzel GmbH
Numerous businesses locations have been created and residential complexes built in recent years on the site of the former Nibelungen barracks in Regensburg. Until 2007, the 35-hectare area served as a Bundeswehr base. Now there are 800 owner-occupied and rental flats, 300 student flats, several office buildings, as well as a “TechCampus” for research institutions and technology-oriented companies. The location is great: right next to the site is the university campus, one kilometre away is the historic centre of Regensburg.
All flats enjoy effective use of space with clear floor plan structures. The kitchens are open-plan to the hallways, creating a spacious, bright living atmosphere. In addition to that, all the flats are fully accessible.
Kermi has installed valve radiators in 650 residential units. Diveo and Basic-50 design radiators were also installed.
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In Herdecke/North Rhine-Westphalia, the HGWG (Herdecker not-for-profit housing association) finished building the residential district “Alter Steinbruch” in early 2020. The development near the centre covering 10,000 square metres with 75 residential units across several buildings, offering living space for intergenerational communities.
In the houses built in the third phase, Kermi x-change dynamic 8 AW E air/water heat pump systems provided the heating and hot water production in the houses. Solar panel systems on the roofs supplied the necessary electricity. The buildings have been constructed in accordance with the high standards of the energy efficiency standard KfW 40 Plus which sustainably and permanently keeps the annual energy needs at a low level. The total annual COP of the heat pump achieves an extremely good value of 4.53.
This innovative technology from Kermi show that green, sustainable, and cost-effective heating is also possible in rental properties.
Photo source: Kapfinger Immobilien Projekt & Management GmbH
Where once bottles were filled for the Innstadt Brauerei, you will now find an attractive residential complex, the Inn.Viertel in Passau. The forty million Euro project has been built in the shape of a ring and consists of 120 housing units as well as apartments, including a range of green spaces. Five split-level buildings with 30 apartments, a hotel, and approx. 4,000 m2 of space for service provision, made up of a residential and commercial complex. Using a sustainable method of building was extremely important when realising the complex, complementing the car-sharing project in the Inn.Viertel which has been available to all tenants since 2018.
Kermi supplied panel temperature control for the residential district for an area of a good 4,000 square metres. Apart from that, 700 radiators have been installed, as well as convectors which are used in front of large areas of glass, and also Verteo Plan, a space-saving vertical steel panel radiator with a smooth front panel.
Photo source: Stefan Marquardt
Directly on the Main in a central location, the “Hafenpark Quartier” is being developed over the next few years – an area with 610 apartments, shops, offices, and contemporary, luxury hotels. The project covering 184000 m2 will be developed in four construction phases and is considered to be an important part of modern city development in Frankfurt. The first construction phase completed at the end of 2019 is the first milestone showing dynamic development of a district. Work on the second construction phase of the metropolis on the Main river started in early 2020.
Nearly 24000 m2 of Kermi’s surface heating system x-net C16 have been installed in the apartments. The system has the advantage of being extremely durable, but can be installed quickly and easily. In addition central residential ventilation with heat recovery has been installed. This provides optimal thermal comfort while being easy to operate on demand.
Photo source: Group Robert Decker
As already exemplified by the automotive industry for a while now, Timber Homes GmbH & Co. KG is now realising in housing construction: Complete volume prefabrication in the factory with high quality yet an affordable price.
Since May 2019 the real estate entrepreneur Robert Decker and the timber construction company Huber & Sohn have been operating the futuristic model. In Dorfen, the turnkey residential pods are made out of solid wood and can even be supplied fully furnished and equipped, right down to the last teaspoon! The first project is the “Timber-Town-Areal” in Straubing with 180 timber pods meeting the energy efficiency standard KfW-40 Plus.
To satisfy this demanding energy standard, the 1, 2 and 3-room apartments are equipped with a solar panel system to generate regenerative power. In addition to that, a residential ventilation system with heat recovery ensures pleasant thermal comfort and sustainability.
With its customer-specific solution, Kermi has been able to make a good impression as a contractual partner and is supplying all of the ventilation components, from the units to the ducts.
Photo source: Stadtbau-GmbH Regensburg
During the energy-efficient refurbishment of a multi-family residence in the Prinz-Ludwig-Strasse in Regensburg, the owner was confronted with an inefficient one-pipe heating system that was showing its age. The innovative eccolution renovation system made by Kermi was the right solution here: it allows energy-efficient operation of one-pipe systems with modern low temperature heat sources. Without the expense of total renovation, the tenants can now enjoy comfortable heating warmth combined with energy savings of up to 18 %.
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Since summer 2016, the district of Sachsenhausen in Frankfurt am Main got richer by an attractive property development. Five apartment blocks have been built there in one year as a sought-after gap fill As there is great demand for housing due to the shortage of apartments, this project with 54 apartments is a welcome addition for the Main metropolis. In a central position, between Schweizer Strasse and Oppenheimer Landstrasse or respectively Schweizer Platz, the sales prices are comparatively acceptable. Any disadvantage of the location due to its proximity to the railway line has been compensated by special noise protection measures taken by the Projektgesellschaft Hedderichstraße mbH, the company carrying out the work. Sound-insulated windows, a modern ventilation system, glass-fronted balconies combined with a clever room layout now ensure plenty of cosy living space.
Over a total floorspace of 5000 m², Kermi has installed the C17 klett system for residential climate control. The high quality interior fittings with a parquet floor and elegant bathroom ceramics complete the high level of comfort in the apartments
Photo source: Bien-Ries AG
Currently Bien-Ries AG from Hanau in Hattersheim is working on the “KIDONO” construction project. The 121 privately owned apartments are being built in 7 buildings on an underground garage with around 180 parking spaces. The buildings are characterised by modern lines and energy-saving construction with high quality materials. State-of-the-art heating technology is a part of it as much as complex solar protection glazing.
For this construction project alone, Kermi is supplying more than 900 radiators. They ensure individual feel-good temperature in the highly individual 2 to 5 room apartments. You will find more interesting properties at www.bien-ries.de
Photo source: Bien-Ries AG
Frankfurt – the birth of a new city district. Bien-Ries AG gives the new city district of Riedberg a prominent look. SKYLiNE, a residential design concept from Bien-Ries AG, is created on the South Terrace above the Bonifatius park, distinctive, with a view over the towers of the city. Residing, design and lifestyle form a symbiotic relationship of unusual quality here. Find out about Skyline. The morning over the city, refreshingly direct, the day close enough to touch. The evening, the city glowing with its skyscrapers, the night on the terrace with friends enjoying a cool cocktail. That is a day in Skyline, unique, individual, unmistakeable.
Skyline, a residential design concept from Bien-Ries AG. Kermi is represented in the city villas with around 14,000 m² underfloor heating as well as 138 CREDO II Elektro and offers the residents feel-good warmth in an exciting and interesting residential environment.
Photo source: Bien-Ries AG
Bien-Ries AG from Hanau designed the residential design concept “Take5” in Frankfurt Riedberg. This facility is impressive with its modern and clear design. The houses are arranged around a central courtyard which is ideal for a quiet moment or can be used as a community facility. A total of eight different dimensioned apartments are available. Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors flood the living space with lots of light and give the impression of a large room. A underground garage with a friendly design is integrated in the residential design concept. The high quality of “Take5” is emphasised by the green roof system and the unusual design of the garden.
Underfloor heating from the x-net programme from Kermi was installed in the residential design concept “Take5”. The elegant CREDO bathroom radiators fit perfectly into the unique ambiance of the residential complex.
Photo source: Henkel/Menzl family
Bamber is amongst the most attractive towns in Germany. The historic city centre is the largest preserved undamaged of its kind and was therefore listed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1993. The Henkel/Menzl family made it their job to extensively restore their half-timbered house which was mentioned in the town chronicles for the first time in 1648.
The old roof tiles, the clay and the compacted soil floors were preserved or reused. To keep the energy consumption of the old house as low as possible, it was completely insulated according to the EnEv (Energy Saving Ordinance for New Buildings). The first and second floor are heated entirely with wall heating from Kermi. This means that no radiators are required and the charm of the building from the Middle Ages is completely retained.
During the energy-efficient refurbishment of a multi-family house in Geretsried in Upper Bavaria, the owners were faced with a great challenge. The existing single-pipe heating system in the eighteen apartments was to be connected to a new heat source and needed to work energy-efficiently without any great renovation expense and effort. The solution was provided by the “eccolution” renovation system from Kermi. With the installation of ninety profile radiators with an integrated valve combined with eccolution substructures, up to 18 % higher energy savings are now achieved.
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