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Tags: University of Aberdeen | passivhaus | Aberdeen | Passive House | Nursery
The University’s pre-school childcare was previously provided in an ageing building that struggled to cope with demand from staff and students. The solution: build a larger, purpose-built facility, reflecting best-practice in modern child-care. The scale and nature of the build provided an opportunity to stretch the institutional commitment to sustainable buildings, with the dual aim of Passivhaus and BREEAM accreditation.
This case study shares more about the University of Aberdeen's new passive house nursery.
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