1. cenik

    In case of timber frame building that somehow comprises all the positive aspects of both traditional and modular construction, the demand has been growing fast in Slovenia. The growth trend coincides with the raised general awareness of the necessity of using energy economically (finance, environment). Low energy objects have been covered across the whole span of domestic media. The system has been established for years in Germany, Austria and northern Italy, yet the sales have been growing for about 20%.

  2. cenik

    In Slovenia, in total around 6000 buildings are constructed annually, the majority being traditional masonry buildings (brick, iron, concrete). Prefabricated wooden houses represents about 15%, as its advantages are also accompanied by some disadvantages (standard design, high costs of design adaptation, average energy performance...).