H-HOUSE

Project Description

H-HOUSE develops multifunctional and flexible components for the building envelope and internal walls based on cementitious materials, earthen plasters and bio-composites. The aim is to design affordable building components with lower carbon footprint and embodied energy, that are durable, energy efficient, prevent the accumulation of indoor pollutants and reduce noise.

H-HOUSE

Project Partners

CBI Swedish Cement and Concrete Research Institute | SE (Coordinator)

Cycleco SAS | FR

BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing | DE

Dyckerhoff GmbH | DE

Roswag Architekten | DE

Xella Technology and Research Centre | DE

ITB Building Research Institute | PL

Mostostal Warszawa SA | PL

PRE Fasada sp. z o.o | PL

Aercrete Technology AB | SE

Strängbetong AB | SE

Svenska Aerogel AB | SE

Status

Finalised

Start date

September 2013

Duration

4 Years

Funding call

FP7-2013-NMP-ENV-EeB

Project ID

608893

Total budget M€

6.5

Project contact

Katarina Malaga

CBI Swedish Cement and Concrete Research Institute

+46 10 516 6862

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