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Construction, Industry, Kiss House, News, Passivhaus, Sustainability  |  16 March 2022

News: Passivhaus Trust praise Kiss House at Futurebuild!

Kiss House unveiled our new construction system for low rise residential at Futurebuild 2022
Futurebuild 2022 featured companies and organisations from across the globe working towards zero carbon and beyond
A rare quiet moment at the end of the day — Kiss House team members reviewing the day within the presentation space
A snapshot from the Kiss House residential construction system e-book which was on show at Futurebuild
Futurebuild 2022 featured talks, trade stands and demonstration area
The James Latham stand featured a Kiss House take-over which included part and fully finished sections from a real Kiss House home
Kiss House are delighted to be ambassadors for the James Latham Carbon Calculator
Some of the Kiss House during Futurebuild 2022

Passivhaus Trust praise Kiss House work at Futurebuild.

“We were particularly impressed by PHT member Kiss House.”

Passivhaus Trust

We are delighted that the Passivhaus Trust recognised our work in their Futurebuild review following the event in early March.

The exhibition housed many manufacturers and suppliers of technology, products, and services with strong Passivhaus offers, and many exhibitors displayed Certified Passivhaus Components.

We unveiled our Passivhaus compliant, construction system for low rise residential at the show. The system was co-created with Bryden Wood and is available to housebuilders, developers and sellf-builders and delivers high quality, low carbon, high-performance homes across numerous typologies. It is a timber component based system with a high level of in-built architectural flexibility. It has been designed to streamline and simplify Passivhaus and to remove barriers to its uptake by reducing site specific redesign and engineering. It has been a labour of love for the team which makes the praise we have been receiving from the Passivhaus Trust and others in the industry all the more meaningful.

You can read Passivhaus Trust’s full review of the event here.

Kiss®, Kiss House® and the Kiss House makers mark are registered Trademarks of Kiss House Ltd.

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