Passive housing was born in Germany as a concept of self-sufficient housing with which to achieve great savings by achieving energy efficiency.
These homes, already used throughout the world, can save their owner up to 90% of their energy bill. Besides being a great saving, this type of housing integrates perfectly with its surroundings and, both during the construction process and in the finished property, the environment is respected by integrating the natural elements into the habitability of the eHomes.
The energy demand of a passive household is especially low. In order to comply with the passivhaus standard, a home must meet a series of efficiency parameters that guarantee its sustainability. In the case of homes located in Mediterranean climates, the passive house must meet the following demands to be considered a passive dwelling:
Japanese air house. It has 135 m2 of covered roof, distributed in a spacious living room-kitchen-integrated, three bedrooms, one of them suite
eHome PEACEMore info
Ideal for those people who are looking to have a second residence or simply do not need to have many meters. It will be that comfortable home that will make you feel the incredible symbiosis that exists between you and nature.
eHome LIVEMore info
The peculiarity of this house is the overlapping of the floors, which has been studied to the millimeter. The position of the upper floor has been played with to help the entry of natural light and ventilation of each room.
eHome TRIUMPHMore info
This eHome is wonderful. Disposal on a single floor, facing south, this wonderful home, is a passivhaus with a brutal Mediterranean air.