This article explains how Passive House buildings are designed to stay comfortable when temperatures rise during the summer months.
After an intense planning phase, the first Passive Houses from the LAIF Component are finally under construction and last April, the team of the Consortium GOPA-PHI and SHF went to visit the construction sites.
We here at iPHA were fortunate enough to speak with Passive House pioneer Harold Orr following his Order of Canada award and learn more about how this visionary influenced energy efficient buildings all over the world.
The Green Solutions Awards is a contest which aims to accelerate the transformation of the building sector towards sustainability. Here’s a how to register your Passive House building for the 2018 awards!
The 22nd International Passive House Conference in Munich took place in early March 2018. Here is an overview of iPHA’s highlights.
The world’s first hospital designed to the Passive House Standard is currently under construction in the Frankfurt district of Hoechst. Read our press release to find out how it’s progressing
The 22nd International Passive House Conference will be taking place in Munich, here are 5 reasons why you should attend!
iPHA and the Passive House Institute were in Bonn for the COP23 Climate Conference. Here are our impressions and a look to the future.
In this article, we bust eight of the most common Passive House myths, including opening windows, indoor air quality and over-complicated buildings.
Simple steps to keep buildings cool in hot climates, with design tips for energy efficient buildings such as Passive House.