Find out how NEOPOR construction solutions make projects better.
CASE STUDY Interior insulation from Neopor
A nationwide model project titled "Low-energy houses in the housing stock" is being undertaken in Germany by Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH (dena). Within this framework, LUWOGE, BASF's housing company, is employing Neopor® for the interior insulation of a building that is more than 100 years old in the historic factory housing "Alte-Kolonie".
CASE STUDY E-home building generation Paris
In French, "E" stands for environment, economy, energy and equilibrium, which are the elements on which a sustainable project should be based. This is what BASF is implementing in France together with its partners by refurbishing and modernising an old villa near Paris called "Bâtiment Génération E", which consumes 50 kWh of primary energy per square meter for heating and ventilation each year, instead of 400 before.
CASE STUDY Offices with a passive house certification
At Fotliget, a few kilometers east of the Hungarian capital Budapest, passive house standard office and business premises have been built in collaboration with the investor Bauland. It comprises an area of around 1100 square meters on three floors for offices, shops and restaurants.
CASE STUDY Sustainable construction — The Wälderhaus in Hamburg
The very high sustainability targets in the Wälderhaus could be achieved with the help of an insulating system made of Neopor®. The original product from BASF, the raw material maker, ensured that the insulation system could handle the specific challenges it faced for this application.
CASE STUDY Energy-efficient and individually designed private homes in Poland
In Poland, the demand for energy-efficient solutions in private house building is increasing because of rising energy prices. Together with the Lipinscy Domy architectural practice and the prefabricated housing supplier Termo Organika, BASF has started the “Cieply Dom dla Ciebie” project (A warm house for you).