EcoCocon Projects Rise All over the World

Built with EcoCocon

Building sustainably is suited for any country in the world. Take a look at our completed projects and find your own inspiration.

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Holiday Villa
Barosund, Ingå (Finland)
Holiday Villa
Barosund, Ingå (Finland)

120 m2

Kasper Järnefelt

  • Beautiful holiday villa built 10m from the sea. All handcrafted on site.
  • Main area of the villa is built with Ecococon and timber frame structures.
  • All finishes with Saviukumaja clay. Bathroom caly and tadelakt.
  • Natural ventilation, solar powered and main mass oven used for water heating. Includes a sauna.
  • Built by The Natural Building Company Oy
Passive Mountain Cottage
Liptovska Kokava (Slovakia)
Passive Mountain Cottage
Liptovska Kokava (Slovakia)

123 m2

2013

Createrra

  • A Passivhaus placed at the foot of the Tatra Mountains.
  • Mass oven for main heating. Photovoltaik used for hot water.
  • 8 250 kg CO2 sequestered.
  • Photo Credit: Milan Hutera
Old Holloway
Little Birch (UK)
Old Holloway
Little Birch (UK)

95 m2

2017

George Mikurcik

  • Old Holloway is a modest, affordable, high performing family home in rural Herefordshire, built to a strict passivhaus standard.
  • It was the first project in UK using the EcoCocon system.
  • Palette of materials included clay plasters inside, charred timber cladding and corrugated metal roof.
  • The project was a winner of Passivhaus Trust Awards 2018 in the Small Projects category.
  • 7 725 kg of CO2 sequestered.
Sound Studio
Aalto University Otaniemi (Finland)
Sound Studio
Aalto University Otaniemi (Finland)

4 m2

Kati Juola Alanen

  • Art exhibition built as a sound studio for Artist in residence Ariel Bustamonta.
  • EcoCocon walls and roof. Inside and outside finished with reed.
Passive Residence
Marianka (Slovakia)
Passive Residence
Marianka (Slovakia)

168 m2

2016

CREATERRA

  • Each rafter is at another angle.
  • Semi-intensive green roof cover. Large covered sunroom to the south.
  • 15300 CO2 sequestered.
Kindergarden
Vilnius (Lithuania)
Kindergarden
Vilnius (Lithuania)

400 m2

2011

Darius Mitka

  • 400 m2 extention with EcoCocon panels built in 10 months.
  • Kidnergarden has its own well.
  • The water is heated by roof collectors.
Passive Family House
Stupava (Slovakia)
Passive Family House
Stupava (Slovakia)

96 m2

2011

CREATERRA

  • First Passivhaus from EcoCocon panels. 42€ monthly electricity bill, 7€ for heating.
  • Extensive green roof at a slope.
  • Photo Credit: Bill Steen
Passive Family House
Deutsch Bad Altenburg (Austria)
Passive Family House
Deutsch Bad Altenburg (Austria)

175 m2

2012

CREATERRA

  • First Passivhaus from EcoCocon panels in Austria.
  • Compact unit by Drexel & Weiss for heating, cooling, hot water and ventilation.
  • Photovoltaik exceeds annual energy use.
  • 15 900 kg CO2 sequestered.
  • Photo Credit: Milan Hutera
House Extension
Zurich (Switzerland)
House Extension
Zurich (Switzerland)

60 m2

2016

Arba Bioplan

  • The structure of the extention assembled in 7 hours including windows, partitions and three levels of tiles.
  • Larch cladding at the exterior. Inside finished with a clay plaster.
Passive Family House
Kovacova (Slovakia)
Passive Family House
Kovacova (Slovakia)

123 m2

2018

CREATERRA

  • Client managed the construction process himself.
  • Foundation on foam glass.
  • Mostly use of standard gypsum boards inside.
  • Photo Credit: Milan Hutera
Residential Housing Project
Eindhoven (Netherlands)
Residential Housing Project
Eindhoven (Netherlands)

2018 m2

2016

Architecten En|En

  • Houses were developed in Collective Private Development (future neighbours develop their own housing project bottom-up). Idea was to develop modern, 'Bauhaus"-kind of houses, with use of historical building materials.
  • Houses are zero-energy, all-electric and 'breathing'. Heating and hot water by a electrical heat-pump. This and all other (electrical) household gear compensated by 25 solar panels.
  • Photo Credits: Architecten En|En / Base Photography
Passive Family House
Predajna (Slovakia)
Passive Family House
Predajna (Slovakia)

120 m2

2012

CREATERRA

  • Large overhang for natural shading.
  • Smartwin Passivhaus windows installed.
  • Blown cellulose for roof insulation.
  • 10 875 kg CO2 sequestered.
  • Photo Credit: Milan Hutera
Traditional Family House
Vievis (Lithuania)
Traditional Family House
Vievis (Lithuania)

80 m2

2013

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  • Wooden roof tiles, massive wooden beams and stone decorations.
  • Rustic interior details.
Tegelen Gym
Tegelen (Netherlands)
Tegelen Gym
Tegelen (Netherlands)

746 m2

2019

2.0 Architecten

  • Built by Venlo municipality with the goal to build an energy-neutral gymnasium that is constructed as much as possible with cradle to cradle certified materials.
  • The goal was to contribute to a healthy, pleasant and sustainable living environment.
  • Photo credits: Stef Doensen
House by the Lake
Pusula, Lohja (Finland)
House by the Lake
Pusula, Lohja (Finland)

190 m2

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Kati Juola Alanen & Jaakko Pöytäniemi

  • Beautiful family home finished to a very high standard. EcoCocon wall system finished with Saviukumaja clay, lime and tadelakts.
  • Heat recovery system, heated with mass oven, solar heating system.

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Solar Kit House

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61 m2

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Createrra

  • Thinking big about building small? Solar is an ideal solution. A cozy cottage with solar optimised roof inclination and shaded windows in the south, one closed sleeping room on the first floor, and a large multifunctional gallery on the second floor.

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