klimaaktiv Bronze

The housing project “Stadt.Land.Kuss” receives an award from the Ministry for Climate Action

Graz, 26.08.2021 – The housing project “Stadt.Land.Kuss” from the real estate developer AVORIS, which was accompanied by ATP sustain, has been awarded the klimaaktiv Bronze (design)award by Austria’s Ministry for Climate Action.
“The award assesses and evaluates the energy efficiency, the locational and executional quality, the quality of the building materials and the construction, and central aspects related to comfort and health”, states the award certificate from the Ministry.

The new building with 13 residential units, which is being constructed in the west of Graz, combines urban comfort with green living. Situated in a traffic-free zone it offers generous open areas in the form of balconies, terraces, and gardens.
From the very start of the design process, the project focused on the development of an energy-efficient building method with the lowest possible CO2 footprint. This approach includes the resource-friendly generation of energy via a water/water heat pump and roof-mounted PV plant. Sustainable insulated bricks with integrated thermal insulation are being used in the place of standard EPS insulation panels.

By fulfilling the basic klimaaktiv criteria, the residential project “Stadt.Land.Kuss” meets the Austrian quality requirements for sustainable residential and service buildings. Accompanying and offering advice about projects with the aim of achieving such building certifications is one of the core tasks of ATP sustain.

    The housing complex “Stadt.Land.Kuss” with 13 units. Visualization: AVORIS
    The housing complex “Stadt.Land.Kuss” with 13 units. Visualization: AVORIS
    Michael Haugeneder, Managing Director of ATP sustain (8th from left) with representatives of AVORIS and Andrea Vattovani Architecture during the laying of the foundation stone. Photo: AVORIS
    Michael Haugeneder, Managing Director of ATP sustain (8th from left) with representatives of AVORIS and Andrea Vattovani Architecture during the laying of the foundation stone. Photo: AVORIS

    Contact us

    Contact us

    We are delighted about your interest! Please give us a little information so that we can get in touch with you.