Kjaernesstranda – Vinterbro, Norway



CLT/Timber Structure

Carbon negative structure:
– 49.08 T of #CO2 is stored in the structure
– 204.5 kg/sqm of #CO2 is stored in the structure

Kjaernesstranda – Three story private home in the Norwegian town of Vinterbro

The Kjaernesstranda is a beautiful three story private home located in the picturesque town of Vinterbro, Norway. The home boasts a unique rectangular shape, with dimensions measuring 10.5 meters by 13.8 meters and a maximum height of 9 meters. The structure is made up of cross-laminated timber (CLT) walls, slabs, stairs, and glue lam beams and columns. The CLT walls are 100 mm thick, providing a solid and sturdy foundation for the home. The floor slabs are 180 mm thick and the roof slabs are 160 mm thick, ensuring that the home is well-insulated and energy efficient.

The home is designed with an emphasis on sustainability, using materials that are both environmentally friendly and energy efficient. The use of CLT and other sustainable materials in the construction of the home ensures that it will have a low environmental impact and will be energy efficient for years to come. The home is also designed to take advantage of natural light and ventilation, reducing the need for artificial lighting and heating.

Overall, the Kjaernesstranda is a beautiful and unique home that seamlessly blends form and function. The use of sustainable materials and design elements make it an environmentally friendly and energy-efficient home that is sure to impress anyone who visits. The home is a true reflection of the beauty and simplicity of the Norwegian landscape, and is sure to be cherished by its owners for years to come.




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