Manawatu – Whakarongo

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eHaus Euro - PHI Low Energy Standard - Non Certified

Modern architecture in a rural setting makes this eHaus stand out. It is a beautifully finished family home that provides space for everyone. With three Bedrooms, two bathrooms, office, separate living/media, wet room and even a pet room. This home is designed for the whole family to enjoy all the country offers. In addition it also has an attached annex (self-contained flat) with an en-suited bedroom for visitors. The Design brief  was simple – “we want it to look like renovated, early-NZ stables” – hence the shape of building with three barns joined together. Pioneer red was chosen as accent colour to take it back to traditional roots.  This property faces North-East, to give views over paddocks, horses and foals on the property, the windows and doors in the open plan living area have been designed to frame these views. The client also wanted an easy care finish with low maintenance.

 

Design Components:

Floor – Fully insulated concrete pad with a U-value of 0.216 W/(m²K)

Wall – 140mm timber frame with service cavity U-value of 0.239 W/(m²K)

Roof – Three layers of fibreglass insulation U-value of 0.125 W/(m²K)

Window Joinery Frame – Thermally Broken Aluminium Uw value 4.1 W/(m²K)

Glazing – Double Glazed Low E Argon Ug value 1.12 W/(m²K) G value 61%

Ventilation – Zehnder Comfo 550 MHRV

Hot Water – Heat Pump with split system with internal water storage

Heating/Cooling – Underfloor heating in kitchen living area & gas fire in lounge.

 

Performance Specifications:

Heating Demand 22 kWh/m2 /year

Heating Load 14 W/m2

Frequency of Overheating 0.6 %

TFA 226.1 m2

Form Factor 3.71

Air leakage @ 50Pa 0.46 ACH

PE demand 112 kWh/m2 /year

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Manawatu – Whakarongo

eHaus Euro - PHI Low Energy Standard - Non Certified

Modern architecture in a rural setting makes this eHaus stand out. It is a beautifully finished family home that provides space for everyone. With three Bedrooms, two bathrooms, office, separate living/media, wet room and even a pet room. This home is designed for the whole family to enjoy all the country offers. In addition it also has an attached annex (self-contained flat) with an en-suited bedroom for visitors. The Design brief  was simple – “we want it to look like renovated, early-NZ stables” – hence the shape of building with three barns joined together. Pioneer red was chosen as accent colour to take it back to traditional roots.  This property faces North-East, to give views over paddocks, horses and foals on the property, the windows and doors in the open plan living area have been designed to frame these views. The client also wanted an easy care finish with low maintenance.

 

Design Components:

Floor – Fully insulated concrete pad with a U-value of 0.216 W/(m²K)

Wall – 140mm timber frame with service cavity U-value of 0.239 W/(m²K)

Roof – Three layers of fibreglass insulation U-value of 0.125 W/(m²K)

Window Joinery Frame – Thermally Broken Aluminium Uw value 4.1 W/(m²K)

Glazing – Double Glazed Low E Argon Ug value 1.12 W/(m²K) G value 61%

Ventilation – Zehnder Comfo 550 MHRV

Hot Water – Heat Pump with split system with internal water storage

Heating/Cooling – Underfloor heating in kitchen living area & gas fire in lounge.

 

Performance Specifications:

Heating Demand 22 kWh/m2 /year

Heating Load 14 W/m2

Frequency of Overheating 0.6 %

TFA 226.1 m2

Form Factor 3.71

Air leakage @ 50Pa 0.46 ACH

PE demand 112 kWh/m2 /year

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Manawatu – Whakarongo

eHaus Euro - PHI Low Energy Standard - Non Certified

Modern architecture in a rural setting makes this eHaus stand out. It is a beautifully finished family home that provides space for everyone. With three Bedrooms, two bathrooms, office, separate living/media, wet room and even a pet room. This home is designed for the whole family to enjoy all the country offers. In addition it also has an attached annex (self-contained flat) with an en-suited bedroom for visitors. The Design brief  was simple – “we want it to look like renovated, early-NZ stables” – hence the shape of building with three barns joined together. Pioneer red was chosen as accent colour to take it back to traditional roots.  This property faces North-East, to give views over paddocks, horses and foals on the property, the windows and doors in the open plan living area have been designed to frame these views. The client also wanted an easy care finish with low maintenance.

 

Design Components:

Floor – Fully insulated concrete pad with a U-value of 0.216 W/(m²K)

Wall – 140mm timber frame with service cavity U-value of 0.239 W/(m²K)

Roof – Three layers of fibreglass insulation U-value of 0.125 W/(m²K)

Window Joinery Frame – Thermally Broken Aluminium Uw value 4.1 W/(m²K)

Glazing – Double Glazed Low E Argon Ug value 1.12 W/(m²K) G value 61%

Ventilation – Zehnder Comfo 550 MHRV

Hot Water – Heat Pump with split system with internal water storage

Heating/Cooling – Underfloor heating in kitchen living area & gas fire in lounge.

 

Performance Specifications:

Heating Demand 22 kWh/m2 /year

Heating Load 14 W/m2

Frequency of Overheating 0.6 %

TFA 226.1 m2

Form Factor 3.71

Air leakage @ 50Pa 0.46 ACH

PE demand 112 kWh/m2 /year

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